Edition.

theartofanimation:

Jackson Sze

Hnnnnnng. Dem strokes, and dat lighting… Hnnnng…

garabating:

Bot oil painting 1 by *chriss2d

Love dis. I would like to see a little more color, but I dig the strokes and simplicity.

garabating:

Bot oil painting 1 by *chriss2d

Love dis. I would like to see a little more color, but I dig the strokes and simplicity.

saveroomminibar:

The Last of Us. ‘Broken Overpass’ by Shaddi Safidi.
Part of the Into the Pixel 2012 Collection.

This is a painting? Wow. Fan-freaking tastic.

saveroomminibar:

The Last of Us. ‘Broken Overpass’ by Shaddi Safidi.

Part of the Into the Pixel 2012 Collection.

This is a painting? Wow. Fan-freaking tastic.

theartofanimation:

Armand Baltazar

Yeah, buddy… This will become an art blog again…

Really love that top one.

lacarpa:

Eugeni Balakshin


Arrrrrrrrgh… The jelly… It is an overwhelming feeling…

pornjunkyard:

Doodle.

Dreamy sigh… I wish my doodles looked this nice.
I am so jelly of your skills, Andrei.

pornjunkyard:

Doodle.

Dreamy sigh… I wish my doodles looked this nice.

I am so jelly of your skills, Andrei.

theartofanimation:

Bill Bate

Dat lighting and painterly feel.

stilllifequickheart:

Carl Holsoe
Salon Interior
Late 19th - early 20th century

Painting swag! Me gusta.

stilllifequickheart:

Carl Holsoe

Salon Interior

Late 19th - early 20th century

Painting swag! Me gusta.

jaspersandner:

Self-Portrait!
Blog|Twitter

I like the mute colors and the blank eyes. Nice strokes, too.

jaspersandner:

Self-Portrait!

Blog|Twitter

I like the mute colors and the blank eyes. Nice strokes, too.

bookspaperscissors:

Katarzyna Wolodkiewicz

I really like the texture on these.

theartofanimation:

Edwin Georgi

I really like the solid forms and the vivid use of color.

sourxpatch:

Z.L. Feng

I especially love that last one. The overall intense use of colors is quite nice, too.

orientaltiger:

Street Art Illusions by Kurt Wenner

Ahahahaha, holy crap.

orientaltiger:

Street Art Illusions by Kurt Wenner

Ahahahaha, holy crap.

samspratt:

“Old Works 2006-2009” by Sam Spratt
I get many questions asking about old work before I went digital. They are foundation work from school and not indicative of my current skill level, but they were an integral building block in treating the digital medium the way I do. I don’t think you can properly digitally paint without appreciating and understanding its roots. Here are a few of my works from back when I went to the Savannah College of Art and Design all done in either Oil or Acrylic paint on canvas or panel. (Note: “from life” means that they were done looking at something physically in front of me rather than using photographic references.)
1. Still-life from life. Robotussin cough syrup in front of a mirror showing a cigarette leaning against the backside. Oil on Panel.
2. Finished Oil Study of Peter Paul Rubens second wife. Oil on Panel.
3. Early stage of “2.” showing the process of working in golds and browns and adding in greyscale for the “dead color”. Oil on Panel.
4. Self-Portrait (partially from life as we had to transpose our face onto a classical piece of art… thus the hilariously awful old school clothing Rembrandt wore). Oil on Canvas.
5. Nude study from life. This was just sitting down with your typical art school nude model for several hours. Not the most attractive bunch of people, but great practice. Oil on Canvas.
6. “Friends”. This was a series of 25 portraits I did of my then social circle trying to capture all of their personalities. Each portrait was 2-3 hours. Acrylic on Canvas.
7. Nude self-portrait. In taking a life-painting class, our final was to do a nude self-portrait from life (mirror) in a complex environment. We were allowed censorship so I went with a well placed thumb through the paint palette. Oil on Canvas.
8. Ian Mckellen. This was the second oil painting I ever made and is just based on a photo. At that point I was just trying to learn how you even go about Oils. Oil on Canvas.
9. RIP Uncle Laurence. I’ve posted this before but this was a portrait I did of my Great Uncle before he passed away. It was used at his funeral due to his state of physical disfigurement and ultimately buried with him. Oil on Canvas.
Connect with my: portfolio website,  tumblr,  facebook artist’s page and twitter. 
Weird to look back on this stuff! Any questions?

samspratt:

“Old Works 2006-2009” by Sam Spratt

I get many questions asking about old work before I went digital. They are foundation work from school and not indicative of my current skill level, but they were an integral building block in treating the digital medium the way I do. I don’t think you can properly digitally paint without appreciating and understanding its roots. Here are a few of my works from back when I went to the Savannah College of Art and Design all done in either Oil or Acrylic paint on canvas or panel. (Note: “from life” means that they were done looking at something physically in front of me rather than using photographic references.)

1. Still-life from life. Robotussin cough syrup in front of a mirror showing a cigarette leaning against the backside. Oil on Panel.

2. Finished Oil Study of Peter Paul Rubens second wife. Oil on Panel.

3. Early stage of “2.” showing the process of working in golds and browns and adding in greyscale for the “dead color”. Oil on Panel.

4. Self-Portrait (partially from life as we had to transpose our face onto a classical piece of art… thus the hilariously awful old school clothing Rembrandt wore). Oil on Canvas.

5. Nude study from life. This was just sitting down with your typical art school nude model for several hours. Not the most attractive bunch of people, but great practice. Oil on Canvas.

6. “Friends”. This was a series of 25 portraits I did of my then social circle trying to capture all of their personalities. Each portrait was 2-3 hours. Acrylic on Canvas.

7. Nude self-portrait. In taking a life-painting class, our final was to do a nude self-portrait from life (mirror) in a complex environment. We were allowed censorship so I went with a well placed thumb through the paint palette. Oil on Canvas.

8. Ian Mckellen. This was the second oil painting I ever made and is just based on a photo. At that point I was just trying to learn how you even go about Oils. Oil on Canvas.

9. RIP Uncle Laurence. I’ve posted this before but this was a portrait I did of my Great Uncle before he passed away. It was used at his funeral due to his state of physical disfigurement and ultimately buried with him. Oil on Canvas.

Connect with my: portfolio website,  tumblr facebook artist’s page and twitter

Weird to look back on this stuff! Any questions?