This one is for AEG's Warlord CCG.
Hey, thanks, that's awesome! If you get the chance to drop an email to me with a photo of your tattoo, I'd love to see it.
hey just thought id drop you a comment, well its more of a compliment to be honest, loving your work, iv actually had this tattoo'd on my arm, now your works with me till the grave, cheers again!
N.C. Wyeth = best illustrator ever
That was Chris Malidore
but it's good to hear from you too
the message bug forces us
to communicate in blank verse
Sure does... grrrrr...
...admire, your ability to quickly produce successful, attractive high quality art, and I think that N.C. Wyeth would say the same. Cya next post
God...The Epilogue Comment bug sucks.
...tiful to see how they crafted and constructed each of their paintings. While there, I found out that there is Apparently a debate about the validity of Illustration versus fine art, and whether the two are interchangeable. Well, I believe that illustration is a tool, like anything else, to express one's imagination, and that its just as valid as any fine art painting. Well, lastly, I
...proudly displaying my name with each of my posts, which may be sooner rather than later, since I have built up a collection of paintings as of late. Anyway, great job as always. I had the honor of viewing N.C. Wyeth's (and family's) art at the Naples Museum of Art in Florida recently, it was obvious that they maintain a heritage of solid illustration skills in their family. It was really beau
Hey Patrick, did you think the un-logged guest from 2006-03-26 was me? I noticed that you wrote "Chris!" in your reply kind of unexpectedly. Well, it wasn't me, but I wish it was because his commentary was really intelligent! I guess I have developed a reputation for being "incognito" around here haven't I. Oh well, one day I will submit some more Epilogue quality art again and come out of the shadows
You're quite nice to say so, James! I don't know if I'm a Master of those things yet (I think that would be Christophe Vacher!!) but I'm certainly trying hard.
Fantastic light and shade work, Patrick! no surprise really, you are a master of mood and atmosphere as well as colour and light! Marvellous!
Thanks, Walt - glad you like how it came out. The eyes were inspired by Betty Davis!
It's always good hearing from you, Andreas. That's how I feel whenever I see one of your new pieces, too - worth the wait.
I'm very happy to inspire Matthew - thanks so much!
Man! I love her eyes and her hair, but the whole piece is really slick! Outstanding anatomy work, Patrick.
just WOW, like Rita said it was worth the wait.
I love the lighting, very effective and beautifully rendered. It really stood out from the rest of the thumbnails. Great work and an inspiration.
Hopefully I throw a curve ball here and there, Chris! And I actually went in at the end and layered more texture onto the BG just to separate them more. Glad you liked it - thanks!
Oh, Chris - I know you artist types, always forgetting things...
Bloody computer, I forgot I had to log back in since deleting my old cookies: the comment on greens and textures was from myself
I'm surprised at something here, usually I see more greens in your mysterious looking work. The lighting is mighty neat and I see a great balance between textured background and non textured woman. The two relate well that way.
You're right, Marley - she was suffering from a nasty head-cold, but five minutes over the steaming soup and she was as right as rain. Amazing stuff! Glad you liked it, pal.
Ahh, fantastic patrick. look at that bowl of soup. helps with clearing nose blockages i heard. Hah nah, fantastic ambience, the lighting makes the piece for sure.
Thanks, Natascha! I did have fun with that, and it was sort of the "hook" for the picture... I think every picture needs at least one unusual/interesting thing, and the lighting was "it" in this one.
Really cool work on the light - her face and the clothing is just spot on
Lighting is the most challenging and fun part of a picture for me (as I'm sure you've noticed!) Thanks!
You're always so kind Rita - thanks!!
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