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Sunday, November 18, 2007

Surf's Up - post #2

More Shiverpool

Layout: Armen Melkonian


Shelly Wan said...

"Four years worth of work"


Color script! Color script! Color script!



Jared Shear said...

I really enjoy the bottom piece where you can still see parts of the layout coming through allowing the paint and sketch to work together.

Leighton Hickman said...

Just like the rest of your blog, these paintings are really inspiring. It’s great to see a larger version of the second painting; the image in the book is too small to fully enjoy. I can’t wait to see more!

George Cwirko-Godycki said...

its all so awesome, i like everything you show us

Marc said...

Thank you so much for sharing these. I learn so much from each of your posts. On average, how long would one of these take to complete?

Paul Lasaine said...

Marc asked, How long do they take?

Of course that depends on the complexity of the piece. These are fairly hi res, detailed illustrations. Usually I can do one of these in 3 of four days. Though there are the really complicated ones that can take weeks. I try to avoid those:)

Color keys are done at a much lower res, so you can get away with a lot of brushwork. A day is average.

AlexTuis said...

I really love the second painting with the wondeful ice colours and the details of the blocks, it is so fun , there is so many pleasure in the touch.
It is really great.