100 % Photoshop painting. Only default round brush. make it for fun and practice in 5 hours.
Hope you like it!
10 months ago
Awesome work! And outstanding realistic results! Great job.
@Nuruzzaman Sheikh Thanx! Glad you liked it!
wow!!! love it !
@Alex Sharpz, @JotaTronic Thank you very much guys :)
Amazing! Love it !
@mip Very appreciate your opinion since you're great 2D artist with your own style :) I'm kinda new in this :)
Nice one, man!!
looking forward to seeing more of your work.
Download some process!
Wow! That's totally awesome!!
@Stanislav Hristov , @Jesper Purola Thank you!
@mip Added a link to a brief process. Lost a layer with sketch for some reason, but I started with very bad and rough sketch. Hope it would be somewhat useful or interesting for you guys.
I already saw it, like an hour ago hehehe :). I like seeing the process, cause I still don't know the right way to draw with color :)
@mip I've watched on the photo and tried to pick up a similar color from a photoshop palette so it's not very complicated.
+ I'm a 3D artist and that's why thinking kinda this way:
Start with diffuse color and paint light and shadow on a different layers, the same with specular and reflection also there's some layer with finer details.
Like... Of course...
Great work man!
9 months ago
Wow man! Cool!
@Alen Type08 Pavlovic, @Dan (Hypagraphic) , @Peter Venglarcik , @Alexey Solomatin Thank you guys :) Glad you liked this bird )
It looks fantastic! I like how you think of painting as if it were a model going through render passes. Check out Sam Nielson's work. He paints with the same thought process and his work is incredible.
@Justin Zielke Thank you man :) yeah Sam's works are just awesome!
great skills maaaan!
@Davlikanoff Design Спасибо, очень рад слышать это от тебя, давно слежу за твоими работами, очень круто иконки и интерфейсы рисуешь.
Awesome colors and details @Alex Pronsky Congrats!
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