Sunday, July 29, 2007

"I do."



In the attempts of following Muniz's footsteps in coloring, I've completely immersed myself in his approach by initially blocking in values and gradually building up the piece. Normally I'd sketch, refine, clean, and then paint.

7 comments:

Kei Phillips said...

hi thanks 4 stopping by my blog and the comment. :D very nice work you have on here.

ValGalArt said...

very beautiful work! Your art is so beautiful and i love the way you paint hair!

Spats said...

Nice work!

blauereiter said...

Nice one. :]

Alina Chau said...

YOu have so many cool new paintings here!! U ROCK!

Evan Bonifacio said...

very nice man! the new approach seem sto get you a different feel for the end product, im likin it.

shou' said...

kei phillips:
My pleasure and thank you for stopping by here.

valgalart:
Thank you much :) Heh. Out of all the things to paint, the hair is by far the easiest and most fun for me. I'm still figuring out exactly why though~

spats:
Thanks, but not as nice as yours :p

blauereiter:
Thank ya~

alina chau:
Hey Alina~ Thank you :)

evan bonifacio:
Thanks man. Yeah, I have the same sentiments. However I don't know if I could ever give up laying down an initial sketch. Learning different techniques is definitely providing me with a much greater understanding overall though.

I'm going to begin dipping into environments and heavily experimenting with this approach.