created in photoshop,useing airbrush tool.
Martin, I purchased one of your originals from Robbie in Panama City Beach, Florida. It's a 8' wide x 4' high undersea depiction using "pencils". Drop me a note @ email@example.com
Thank you, Riley Hunter
I can't believe that. I envy you. I can barely draw let alone... color it like so. I'm gonna go... hide with my pathetic excuse of a drawin.
wow this is a great chrome effect on your warrior. I tried that once on a humane face but I gave it up it was to difficult for me. I like your other paintings too. great work!
(I took a look at you page because you posted a comment on my edge picture, thank you for that)
Thanks Dean, you're right about the smoke, it would also make his face stand out a little better. Will do, thanks..
This is great! I wonder why no one has commented on it before this? The difference in textures are very well done. His face is awesome. The only problem I have with the painting is the smoke cloud right behind the warrior's head: It needs some thicker and darker lines to it. Wood gives of very dark smoke when a fire is raging like that.
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