I like this painting, but unfortunately, I don’t like it in the end. Not very skillful in the anatomy, don’t like my “horse style”, and the values are weak. Though, still learning.
Hundreds of years and still no match. I feel that there’s no hope for me for finding the “perfect” match, but I guess eventually the time will come. I hope…
Perspective makes the difference, if I only knew from the start what was going wrong in this one. It did not felt right, but after applying perspective more in depth, it’s starting to look “natural”. Well, you make mistakes and you learn from it. Though sometimes when doing perspective, I feel that it’s wrong, looks wrong, but actually correct. I shouldn’t be to hard on myself. I hope I can be faster when painting, but as people say, practice is the key.
Still trying to study on scenery or background. Using photo reference and other resources for help. The highlight of this is making my own brushes, for this piece, the trees and the grass. They are not super detail, but still playing around with CSP has to offer. My art journey continues.
Finally learning Blender and one of the things I found is I can download (the splash screen) demo files and the complexity of the files/demos to me blows my mind. Fascinates me. Probably looks simple to experts, but for me, still a novice.
I am pretty fascinated for the Blender 2.82 splash screen. It’s something that I want to do, the whole 2D/3D animation style. Movies like the “Spider Man: Into the Spider-Verse”, “My Little Pony: The Movie”, and “Klaus” are the ones that make me feel inspired to create. I want to create something, a short, in that kind of style. I really hope to see more movies in that style in the future.
It is pretty awkward to try to keep up something that you stared, but then later you just abandoned it. This is going to age like milk.
Of course, practice makes perfect, you gotta do it consistently, it’ll grow stronger, try to not give up, and probably it will be a daily routine.
Inb4 last post.
Do I need my very own personal website? Does anyone with little to no audience need one. Well it’s the future and the internet is never ending expanding so I guess it’s okay that everyone had their own personal space in the world wide web space.
Why did I want to start my personal website now? I guess I have to make it eventually so, here it is. Sure, I have no audience, but I guess I will believe in the future in like a year or so, I’ll manage to have like five or less. Better than zero, imIright?
For the most part, I want to post my art, my journey and whatever I want to do on here. So enjoy your stay you zeros and ones, the servers, the cloud cause you will be ones ‘reading’ this at the moment. No humans ye- and you’re here. Thanks.
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