Your color sense and lighting sense are top notch! I'd focus on practicing your stroke economy--saying more with less lines, or rather, turning some of those brushstrokes into easier to read shapes. I think you probably already are aware of this though, as it looks like the ones you spent more time on have a much less "busy/scribbly" look...but it's something I always have a lot of trouble with, so it jumps out at me when I see it in other people's paintings too. Anyway nice work!
pretty cool! it always amazes me when people pain awesome enviroments as i suck at them so badly... 2nd and 4th are my absolute favs!
I'm in love with that painting of the water, crows and the dead guy. Beautiful stuff, instant desktop background! Following this thread for sure
I really like the amount of details in the environment with a lake and a corpse. I wish we could see the other works as detailed as this one.
Mehran Khan said:
hey man, I really dig the classical palette you have going in the forest scene. can you share a bit more info about handling such colors? do you use fixed color palettes?
Wow, I love how loose your environment sketches are, very cool!
Decided to do another finished work instead of the sketches.Hope you like it!