11/24/06

Portrait of a Goblin

13 comments:

Scott Forbes said...

WHOA! INSANE! You are just popping these things out. I love to see that you don't just stick with the initial sketch, moving everything around (the eyes).

What brushes did you use? and what program did you use to capture the video?

To Think Big said...

so good
i like it
thanks

Pit. said...

Your work is amazing! I love it! You are really talented.

I was wondering wich are the tools steps for this kind of artwork? Did you used pencil and watercolor tools?

Chris Wahl said...

Great seeing your technique, Joshua.

MY WORK!!! said...

I really like your work.

Zbubbleb said...

Thats awesome! What was the soundtrack?

Balkandude said...

Great!

arnie said...

well another dumb question. i noticed when your sketching, the "virtual" pencil lines start as light, then to dark towards a complete drawing. how'd you do that?

Joshua Middleton said...

Hey Arnie,

Actually, the pencil lines start out looking very light only in the compressed videos. Of course, I do build some lines up by repeated drawing if they seem to need it, but for the most part what you are seeing is only a video phenomenon.

J

Ashley Woods said...

hey stranger!!! that was awesome. i'm going to send that link to a lot of my artist friends and my mom!!!

XOXO ^_^

Kevin Harden said...

You gonna cough up the name of that recording program, and where you found it???

i dig how you flip the design, and cut out the entire eye socket to relocate it. very nice!!!

!LEON! said...

Very insightful stuff thanks for posting these videos it really helps to see how somone else would do something. Oh and this is off subject but what was that track you were jammin to?

vincentbd/Renton said...

Génial cette vidéo !!!
Merci pour ce cours de dessin et e mise en couleur accéléré !!

Je la met sur mon blog aujourd'hui-même !!

Bravo !!!!!!