looking really beautiful man, good luck with the next steps!
Sweet study. Thanks for sharing, I'll definitely have to look him up.
This is beautiful! DId you actually wash the areas with their complementary colors before painting them? (second step)
Thanks guys! Jake: sort of. I saw a step by step of this painting and that's what he did, so I copied ;)It was more of a teperature compliment than the actual color. I put down that really warm orange, then I went over the area with cooler colors and low opacity/textured brushes so that the warms show through. It's a technique from oil paint: laying down a thin wash and dry-brushing over it. It gives a lot of depth :) I've done it before in oils, just not very well haha.
Where did you find that step by step image? I can't seem to find any images of his process.
I had found it on google images and saved it a while back but then couldn't find it again until now. Luckily someone posted a link on CA: http://www.tlchicken.com/popup.php?ARTid=3584enjoy :)
very cool man! awesome seeing that step by step too, dope stuff!
very well done sir!