I love the light settings you choose, it’s great winter mood. Looking forward to more!
Very goodd evelopment on the style! Wonderful artworks!
thank everyone for the nice words ! here is 10/22 more painterly aproach inspired from John park ! let me know what you all think
Very cool stuff man
I did not know of John Park’s work, thanks for the ref, man ! (then again, John Park is a very common name, haha)
That last painting reminded of one particular Jaime Jones’ painting. Great stuff…
Keep on going, I want to see more !
more old master inspired painting here is 11/22 what do you think
Not an easy task rajanandepu, but you do it wonderfully!
Woooaaah I really want to be able to visit the places in your pictures. I imagine I could sit there all day and just relax in the atmosphere.
I do not know which to choose are all beautiful illustrations.:applause:
hahah thank you much for your words ! i ll try to create more cool paintings
yeah man ! he is a great inspiration for me John J.Park , and he is a fan Jaime jones and craig mullins so do i !
Your colors are great, and every piece looks like oil painting that I want to hang on a wall
more winter juice ! 12/22 started as study and finished as concept
A marvel of image.
Wow. These are fantastic. Are you doing them in Photoshop or another program?
I’m looking at all these cohesive compsitions - elements, lighting, color - wondering how you get levels of detail without getting scratchy and overworked.
Hey there Thank you soon much !! And and yeah I just use Photoshop only for painting these !!
One of the reasons I use ArtRage is I could never get past the doodling to go find brushes. Natural painting was immediate in ArtRage. So I just went with it. But it seems - here as well, yes - there are extended effects to be discovered still.
I know Aaron Blaise has Photoshop brushes on his site - proprietary - if I can spam the forum a little. I even bought them. He has a lot of stuff.
Anyway. All as progress, right?
Well. I bought the horses too. With anatomy.
But, instead of that, I’m studying legs for people.
If you can’t tell, I’m perpetually looking for that box of Saltines.
Maybe I can munch on enough starch at once to stop talking here and get back to work.
Like your horses. Good design there, too. Later.