Working on a concept where I can work on both composition and a bit of flying vehicles 🙂 – Tengu I
Happy New Year! Hope everybody has enjoyed their seasonal celebrations.
Beginning the new year with a colour study of a wonderful photo taken by Shuji Hiramatsu of the Tokyo Subway…with a small addition 😉 I couldn’t resist adding the tram featured in Studio Ghibli movies into the mix.
Original photo © Shuji Hiramatsu
A process of the painting practice of Sir Galahad from Ready At Dawn’s The Order: 1886 in lovely gif form 🙂 followed by some details of the painting. And this brings us to the end of 2016 – how time flies! I hope everybody enjoys the celebrations over the New Year, and may your wishes all come true for 2017!
See the previous post: Painting Practice #3 – Sir Galahad, The Order 1886
Longer post this time! Managed to paint a few more over a long weekend. Very rusty, so it’s great to be practising again.
‘Found A Clue’ – Timelapse video of process:
‘Small Creature – Timelapse video of process:
Check out the previous collections:
Ad continuum Sir Galahad from The Order 1886! And calling this complete, as I would like to paint something else now. I really enjoyed this painting practice because it gave me time to reflect on a lot of detail through blocks.
Elements added since previous post:
- Embellishment on neckplate
- Additional detail on rope embellishment
- More detail on the motto patch – ‘Post Tenebras Veritas‘ (After the darkness, the truth)
- More fabric
See the previous post: Painting Practice #2 – Sir Galahad, The Order 1886
Continuing from the previous post, a little update to the painting practice of Sir Galahad from the game The Order: 1886. He now has eyes :p amongst other elements such as the stitched emblem, and also the rope embellish.
Note that these painting practices are usually no longer than 2 hours, I just spread out the postings^^ Next update soon!
See the previous post: Painting Practice – Sir Galahad, The Order 1886
I (finally!) finished the game Order 1886, from Ready at Dawn. I loved the rendering quality, the environment which they reside/fight in. Albeit the storyline can be dramatically extended, so please let there be a sequel?
So as painting practice to observe lighting, shadows, and colour, I began painting the protagonist Sir Galahad.
I started off by selecting 4 base colours by eye, and worked from there. After 2 hours of relaxed sketching, below is the result:
Kinda creepy without eyes, isn’t he? 🙂
More updates soon!