a Patrick Jones serie from mindwork games
75 mm
I've tried to stay as close as possible to the artist's painting
  • Melnikov Ivan "Nakatan"

    great color contrast!

    • sk_drille

      thanks Ivan

  • Holger SchwarzPLUS

    Wonderful painting and great figur ! Meine Glückwünsche und Gold

    • sk_drille

      Vielen Dank Holger

  • Steph.DPLUS

    Superbe, vote immense Or pour toi l’ami .....

    • sk_drille

      Merci Stéphane

  • Eduardo Garcia Lope

    Perfect harmony between tones and colors, even the wooden base works in this line.

    • sk_drille

      Thanks Eduardo, I didn’t know at first if the wooden base would match with the scenery, I’m happy with it

  • Patrice-VincentPLUS

    Un travail de peinture pas si simple qu’il n’y paraît et qui offre un très beau rendu pour une bien belle scène. Or

    • sk_drille

      Merci bien Patrice (ou Vincent ?) la palette est effectivement limitée et il y a un vrai travail de lumières sur le tableau original

  • eric wolfs

    gold !

    • sk_drille

      thank you Eric

  • Roman LappatPLUS

    Well done color contrast from warm shadows to cold highlights! Looking at it in the overall view it works fine and I really like your work in the cold highlights (this is not easy). Looking up close I think the seperation between warm and cold is not 100% right in terms of volumes and light direction.

    This is feedback on a high level and not meant as any offense. For example if you look on the face the border from cold light and warm tones is almost a pure straight line and you are missing out of some volumes that are pointing towards the cold highlight or the warm shadow. Next time you do a paintjob like this it could benefit that if you arrived at this stage you go for redefining again in smaller parts/volumes.

    Nonetheless this is a really nice project and well done! I saw that you were asking for feedback and I hope you appreciate mine! Keep on happy painting!

    • sk_drille

      I really appreciate your feedback Roman, I’ll keep in mind the way to redifine large parts in small volume to improve their painting and light positionning.
      I found no offense in pointing ways of improvement, that’s the only way to progress :)