Mostly sketches. Occasionally a painting. Nothing political other than caricatures reinforcing the truism "Politics is Show Business for Ugly People".
Which one is the fighter and which one is the Spellcaster? Just kidding. Great job of visually communicating the two different looks of the occupations!
Thanks Tom. Here's the ref photohttp://www.mmaconvert.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/ufc_96_weigh_ins.jpg
I dig it. The color looks great!
Thanks Ronnie. It's pretty random but someday I'll get some sort of system that always works for me.
Yeah, great color!
Thanks Tom. Colorized gray values as usual. The only way I know to control it.
That 'oil' attempt. I could have saved 2 hours and just ran a filter on it.
Yeah, it does just look fuzzy. I think you should not mess with it Ellis. I'm not sure why you think it needs a bolder look. It already looks great. Like I keep saying, don't lose your black and white lines. You yourself have said that your strength lies in the "spontaneous sketch" look. Don't overwork it.
Ellis, other than Frazetta, who are some of the artists whose work you would like to emulate? And what qualities does their work have that your would want to incorporate into yours?
I want to have a painterly look in my repertoire. That means no lines, nice tiles of value. Here's a guy I just right click saved all of his FB offerings. But I need to do my paintings first as gray value. Here's a guy I recently saved all his FB gallery. Same sort of painterly look as Glenn Barr. That's what i want a. An extra part of my style. Glenn Barr painting style. It's easy if the tool is actual ol paints. There it comes out looking like paint applied to board. That's what i need to get to digitally. Make the tool style limited and produce a painting.Mark Boedges https://www.facebook.com/202006547550/photos/a.10150380036577551.345058.202006547550/10153281127757551/?type=3
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