Wow, that i crazy nice. How was the method different David? I think it does show for sure. And fits this model so well. The dark side of the model, well, there is not much going on so it doesnt matter all that much.
I posted a short reply below but I will PM you about it so we can discuss more.
lighting spot on ,and the eyes draw you in , i too would like to know how you got it so smooth
So I painted a couple of my recent models. Seth and cozy by using only stippling for the skin. And by using only stippling and painting only dots even from the first first stages of the painting (like base coat up) the texture gets baked into the smoothness by the fact that the paint itself becomes and causes a little bit of a bumpy surface. I hope this short explanation will help. If you’re interested to chat about it more please pm me on Instagram or Facebook.
Fabulous, I love it!
Love, love, love it ❤️❤️❤️
FANTASTIC. gold and editor!
I love it
#lovesmoothness when it makes sense. this is aperfect excample of how to use an exquisit technical skills to represent a fantastic athmosphere and character. so great. congrats youre becam,ing a great reference!
i dont like this thing.
Please I would love to hear why, I won’t take offence I am just interested
yeah it must be an editor, favourite and gold. cannoit be less than this., congrats . you inspire me today
Ha! If I can inspire a lovesmoothness movement I feel like I accomplished something really cool! Thx my man!
That skin is amazing! Did you layer it from dark to light?
Hello. The skin I painted on my last 2 models. Cozy and Seth. I used a new method for skin which I used only stippling for the entire process. I had airbrushed the model in a dark blue purple colour and then on top of that I would paint the stipple dots of the colour I intended each place to be, when I paint like this I’m aiming to paint the areas exactly as they should be in the finished look of the model using only dots or like pixels / pointillism. I don’t really build up in the normal way using base coats or anything just paint what I hope will be the right colour in the right place at the right time, of course I’m still learning this and trying to figure out the best way to do it and so I don’t get it exactly right and have to re-paint some dots and also to get the smooth look you need to eventually come along with some almost glaze consistency and paint around and on top of many of the other dots. If you’d like to get some wip pics of the process please pm me on Fb or Ig.
Really inspiring and unique! Editor’s choice from my side!
What can i say, the light interpretation is incredible and the texture on the sweater is spot on, also you just sold me this bust xD
I’m really looking forward to seeing what you will do with her!
in respond to you ranswer:Everything is valuable. we should embrace all kind of styles . Ive painted super smooth asweeel. and when it is a work like this where everything is place in the right amount in the right level of everything needed and creating a storytelling and an ambiance..then obviously yes. i do love smoothness.. but i tghink that a cvlever guy like you already knew that. amazing work again. editors.. gold..favourited
Beautiful and inspiring work David. I Love It Gold.
Awesome work, i love it!