A little progression shot from the other night. Having a TON of fun with this one, keeping it so loose it almost feels like watercolor. Will be posting the final in a few days guys (and gals).
about 2 years ago
when you paint.. what's your brush size and settings? this looks great!
Dude! My favorite so far!! Awesome job!
@Nick. Did you see the screencast I posted a few weeks back?
I only use two stock brushes. The 19 round for blocking and the 24 for everything else. I vary the size and opacity. Usually keeping flow around 24%. Most of the work is done with the 24 at around 25% opacity.
I have a buch of Chris Wahl's brushes but just haven't tried them yet.
You're working on the Cintique, right Greg? I'm guessing the largest one possible? Still kicking around the 12" version.
This is wonderful!
@Mike. Yes. I too am on the 12wx. I'm looking to upgrade next year though.
Thanks Maleika :)
Maybe I can buy your used 12wx when you move on up!
It will be for sale, yes. You'll be my first ping when i'm ready my friend. :)
Very nice, Greg! Really digging this one!
Awesome stuff! Wondering... how do you chose which players you are going to draw?
Having seen the rough the other night it's great to see how it all has come together now.
so nice, Greg. really enjoy these.
Really good job Greg! Keep it up!
Thanks everyone :) Final painting should be posted tomorrow
by Greg Newman
Finished (for now) my Aaron Rodgers painting. This is the half way point in the first set of ten players. Again, trying to keep these super loose which is evident in the brush strokes.
You can see the larger version at: http://gregnewman.org/journal/2011/nov/1/faces-nfl-project-aaron-rodgers/ with some crops of the full size to show the strokes.
about 2 years ago
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