Hey thanks for the in depth review. Those are some good points to note, and I d like to hear informed critique.
As I have a habit of using figures incidentally to represent the idea of a human element ( I also will sometimes just use a blue color to do this, depending on the work) there is probably a fair amount of variance between the figures.
Ah I see, thanks. Technically it's a place where they let the animals do their own thing--like chickens, they let them live natural lives running around being chickens for example, before they are harvested and sent to burger king. The idea is that the meat will be better if it is not kept all penned up in a small box.
oh shizzle, i knew your artwork seemed familiar! i didnt know you were an artist on breed.. been idalizing the artwork on that site for so long now.. i might try and join next year, but nowhere near good enough.. yet i hope...
Okay--- So.. you might have talked about this before but.. hey i'm new..SO How do you make your stuff anyway? is it on the computer... do you scan something you've made outside of computer? B/c wow... you need to join a gallery my friend.. start making money for your gift.
I used to be a wet media painter--oil, acrylic, watercolor, ink etc. I still will sketch some stuff out in ink or graphite occasionally but it is just as likely that I make it all in pixels.
Photoshop is where it's at for me. I started using in back in... 95? I think that is when. I am essentially totally digital these days.
I use a tablet and stylus and usually open up a document at least 1600 pixels in case I want to print it. (that would be small as well) I developed a digital process over the years that has its roots in sketching, painting, and photography so thatís become my path. This also involves the use of some convoluted actions Iíve spent the past 1.5+ years developing and Iíve still not gotten them to function correctly. And although I have a scanner finally-- Iíve not really gotten around to using it for any of my art yet but I have seen people doing some badass things that one day I want to try. The best way I can think to describe it is like making your own coloring books. Gutting the pieces and reforming them in your own way.
i never miss a breed release,some great work's there,you have just joined breed,i dont think i have seen your works in previous releases unless i'm wrong,neway look forward to more releases with your genius included.