Remember: Do not forget your towel when traveling through the Limbus! Have a great weekend folks!
the demon's head abit comically big. is that intended?
The figments you bring to life again astound me, this beast is the epitome of vicious, and the way you scaled the size of this demon to a person make's it all the more intimidating, keep up the great work!
interesting demon, The wizard's spell better have some kick to it other wise he is only going to make the demon madder.
Amazing demon! I like the neutral color scheme it really brings the values out and makes for a more dramatic lighting effect. Good work!
Yes, I used the underpainting-method (digital) the first time ... it really helps when light and shadows are more important than colors. Thanks much, mate!
I may have to give it a try. I've started several traditional paintings neutral (grisaille) then glazed over with transparent colors. I'm guessing it's a similar process digitaly.
Yes, I work that way as well when colors are important in the end. Same technique Goya, Rembrandt, Rubens, Menzel and all the Romanticists used. Underpainting is a bit different. It starts the same way with pure values (grayscale), but then this values are multiplied on color-layers below. That way the values will 1:1 stay the same as before coloring as well as all details. The outcome is a more graphic style with focussing on shadows and light. By the way: The artworks before this on in my feed is painted with the other technique (like yours) ... can you see the difference?
To be honest I can only tell a slight difference ...the values are really good in all of your work. Thanks for all the info, it's always good to have several ways to accomplish something.
That looks freaking amazing! WOW!
What the F--- is that!!!?