I love your work with the girl with the crows! I cant wait to see the rest of the series!
Thank you very much. Feel free to message me with anon off next time. Have you seen the first concept I did? I’ll post them both together. Look forward to final art in the near future! Any other questions or comments, please ask!
gahhhhh your art is so great i love your style, very reminiscent of Leyendecker one of my all time favorite Illustrators... what kind of materials do you usually use for your artist sketch cards?
Thank you, I’m a big Leyendecker fan too! I have 2 ways that I do sketch cards. Most of the greyscale cards that I do are for the packaged sets and those are done with Prismacolor warm grey markers and various fine black and grey markers. The color cards are always done with acrylic paint. The Padme card I posted tonight for example will be a full color painted card once finished. Hope that helped, any other questions just ask! Thanks!!
Okay I love you and your art but I can't seem to wrap my head around your 'underpainting' tehcnique where you paint the underpaint in monochromes with acrylics, What I don't understand is how you add the colors in, was it acrylics too or watercolor?
Thanks, that’s always nice to hear! People do wonder about my color stage so here is what I do. I like to lay in my base colors thin so I overlay them using an airbrush with acrylic paint. It also helps in blending colors nicely. Once I get my colors in and am happy with it I will go in with a paintbrush to build up paint and details. You don’t have to use an airbrush to do this, it’s just something I’ve adopted over the years. You can paint the same way using brushes. I’ve added a pic to illustrate the steps. 1. Underpainting 2. Airbrush color in 3. Paintbrush opaques and details
Hello Robert. I admire your works and i specifically admire the way you painted the Lannister Twins. But i couldnt understand what you used painting this. Photoshop or real watercolours or acrylic etc?
Hello Anon! Thank you very much. The majority of my works are traditional medium (acrylic or watercolor) but in the case of the Lannister Twins art, I first created the art with greyscale markers and digitally colored it in Photoshop. You can compare the two with the image. Mostly as an experiment but I was happy with the results. Thank you for your question!