Classic School Paleo-Art
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I am taking requests now.
My artforms and tools of trade are:
1), Traditional 'oil painting' on canvas or board.
2), Traditional pencil/pen or color pencil 'drawing'.
3), To digitally add colors to traditional monochrome drawings(still haven't yet tried this!).
Those are and eternally will be, my chosen artforms. I regard all three as 'equally important' and I'll do them seperately but without letting myself focus on only one thing.
I'll do mammal paleontology art, figure and animal art, masterpiece reproductions, portraiture, still life & fantasy paintgings.
My top 3 favorite artists are: Diego Velazquez, Lucien Freud and Takehiko Inoue.
I have recently figured out the correct way of scanning higher resolutioned images and am going to scan most of earlier works through this new scanning.
Hope they'll turn out better.
By the way, I 've long badly wanted to color some of my works, using nice digital illustration tools!!!
Nowadays a number of good friends on this site, even devoted traditional artists, seem to be adding digital painting effects to their technical recipes or even completely switching to the art form.
I'm interested in the media but completely novcice at and I don't know much about it.
What I'd like to do is not the digital painting from scratch but to first create my usual traditional monochrome drawing and then add to it, colors and some more effects digitally to enhance realism etc.
Would somebody be kind enough to teach me how to, or tell me ideal softwares for the purpose?
Thanks a lot in advance!!!
Current Residence: Tokyo, Japan
Favourite genre of music: Jazz
Favourite cartoon character: Golgo13
Personal Quote: Hope is a good thing, may be the best of all things and no good thing ever dies.
I'll be more active during the coming months, I have so many interesting paleo-art ideas to be realized.
1) A super sized scimitar toothed cat (can't wait to finish this!)
2) Some dinosaurs (hope it's gonna be good one, wish me luck)
3) Battle Beyond Epochs : Perissodactyls complete version
Stay tuned please and be safe!
Arigato, thank you.
The latest study on Machairodus taxonomy is of Geraads et al.(2020) in which the authors exclude the validity of Amphimachairodus. Assuming that is correct, then horribilis, giganteus and other late Miocene forms would be sunk back into Machairodus.
Still, differences between these derived late forms and aphanistus were clearly inter-species level, according to the same authors.
I believe we need to hear counterarguments if any, from pro Amphimachairodus researchers.
Thank you very much for your interest in my gallery and a nice feedback, greatly appreciated.