Ha! The bottom one is too much fun!
Scott, dear Scott ! Second one is too much fun, but first one is such a beauty ! My heart is split in two ! ;)
Nice sketches - I really dig the treatment of the background on the first one.
Both look weird and great! Will be interesting to see the diver in oils.
hehe these are great!
Awesome stuff going on, in both! I dig the composition of the first one... and the 2nd is just so bizarre, it's compelling :)I can't wait to see if you take it further! Love the glow from the helmet.
Thanks so much folks!I definitely think I'll be painting that bathtub scene. Just gotta make a little opening in the schedule. Might lose the waves on the tub, or tone them down. Hmmm...maybe...maybe just a rubber ducky? It's supposed to be fun ,but not hokey, ya know? Wow- that's alot of thinking out loud.....
both are realy cool, man I'd buy that painting of the tubdiver :)
oh man! You keep getting better and better, even when it seems your at the top of your game things keep getting better! I've been telling anyone who'll listen about your beautiful art book and will post about it soon. It really confirmed for me that you are on of the very best fantasy artists working today.
Yeah Scott, I've got to see that bathtub piece in paint. Is this photoshop or painter?
Jenseee- :) Thanks man....I like that title ...tubdiver :)Eric - My good sir- you are way too good to me. That is a huge compliment to me, especially from an artist I admire! I feel as if I'm just a blue-collar-workin'man picturemaker ;) Thanks again my friend!Chris- Thanks Chris! I do use Photoshop, but the 'meat' of my digital work is all Painter. Just feels way more comfortable and intuitive for me, ya know?
for fun paint in some fart bubbles
^ is that you Steve ? hahaa- do I even have to ask :)
love the limited color in the bottom one. look forward to seeing it painted.
Both are awesome, you have got skills with those colors!! Can't wait to see the bathtub guy in oils!
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