it's so long ago I made this... I think both ways have their own challenges. The pencil one took time and I couldn't correct much, as to the digital one I already had the pencil sketch to paint over, and flip it and easily erase things, and use layers - I just needed to focus on the colors and render it further .
Arvanah-ModrayFeatured By OwnerOct 5, 2009Hobbyist Digital Artist
So still life doesn't usually do a whole heck of a lot for me, but occassionally I find a piece in which the colors are so perfectly blended that it comes alive. A picture in which the details are painstakingly precise. The image appears real, but almost too real. This is one of those pieces.
I know I'm just an internet anon, but would you care to describe your painting process a little, especially the technical details (as in what program did you use, what kind of brushes, what size, opacity, and what attribute did you link the pressure from the drawing tablet, etc). (:
I'd like to know, because that's simply glorious painting!