i guess beauty is a exception but what makes his piece truly fantastic is the thrilling aspect to the characters and landscape! i love the fact your eyes are constantly darting around for there is so much life!!!!!!!!!! it really makes u think of the wonders and parallel dimension that we call dreams
Wow... that's really amazing... i love the drawings, the way it is painted... It has so many details... I'm a fan of details.. Also i love the comment you add.. I know that i don't have the right to know this but... I wonder if this drawings are really part of your dreams...
Probably but I rarely remember dreams...... but the one of flying soaring up and over the rolling hills and cityscapes, looking down on the world below.... That's in there somewhere I'm sure. Imagination is stirred in the cauldron of our dreams so from that point of view its a part of my dreamscape. Thanks for your kind comments
cool. Very Hieronymus Bosh! I'm with u on the photoshop-nothing finished comment. I never know when I should stop. So I just set a guess at how long I think it should take and then stop when I get there. But I'm never really done!
Why thank you, Most of my work starts out as pretty detailed conventional pencil or charcoal drawings at the very least I draw the main elements . These I then scan into photoshop for more detailed additions using a graphics tablet. When I'm happy with the drawing I mess with texture and traces of colour. The drawing before I added texture and color is here [link] You can see more detail but I don't know if its better ?
Impressive work. I can not even remove my view on the details of this wonderful work, so many things contained in one piece! I can not explain much because they do not dominate the English, only this is amazing!!!
Cool - glad you like it . Your gallery looks amazing but I have only had a cursory exploration.
I had to smile to myself when I saw two of your pictures sitting side by side - "Big Bang 1' and "little monster" - kind of the entire history of the universe. (about 14 billion years in two pics) - from the origin of the universe to new life
this is breathtaking...how long did it take you to finish this piece?-- on estimate? The colors and intricate little details you place so expertly, and the texture of the whole ordeal...magnificent. I love it.
I like this... The combination of man and his own environment, except merged, as if they were one...
It puts it into perspective how things should work but in reality don't--- instead of man often working alongside the world around him, he puts it to work for him, using up all it's resources and sucking it dry.