Pourover. Digital Paint
Hello everyone! Hope your weekend went well. Here’s another Block B portrait, this time of Park Kyung. This bb is always so sweet and such a talented rapper :). I really enjoyed this rougher style over my last portrait. Hopefully throughout this series I’ll be able to improve more!
Thank you for all your support
What the… I don’t even know y’all. Apparently I can do realistic portraits?! I had no idea haha. Tried to tighten things up a bit in this one and experiment with different colors. I really think I’m understanding color more! I repeated several colors throughout the piece to tie everything together. Used a few Photoshop filters (as I’m still struggling to get the correct contrast right off the bat,) but not as many which I think is an improvement!
I really like how you can still see the “layers” of paint and texture of the brushes, not crazy about that super smooth butter paint.
I love these things:
Now, let’s combine them all :D. This is much closer to what I want to achieve with digital paints as far as style goes. I changed up the process a little bit, but am still having difficulties choosing colors (which isn’t really new haha.)
I guess it’s time to do studies. Blech >.>.
This is Haise Sasaki from Tokyo Ghoul :).
So here, have some digital painting experiments! I have a big project I want to work on soon (got some really sweet deals on big canvases) so be excited for that. I’ve been real active over on my tumblr, so feel free to check that out. I’ve been doing a lot of smaller, quick work lately rather than big developed pieces, but I’ll be getting back, don’t worry! Sometimes artists just need to unwind haha.
ozone. watercolor on paper.
Mourn the King. Watercolor. 9 x 11 in.