Wow, Chris, what a wondeful piece!!!Congrats, great work with great colors.Laura :)
Real great work ! Congrats !
Wicked awesome character, the lighting add so much dramatic effect in the painting!
Sweet character Chris! I love the composition and color use.
Very nice .I like the vertical feeling and also the pattern on the coat . Colour and lighting are very effective also .Cheers for stopping by man .
Awesome! the color rocks!
love this! and the one below - simply awesome. so much atmosphere!ken :D
Awesome painting! Great mood!
Awesome character Chris! Color, mood, the whole package. The silhouette is great too.The piece from your last post is equally gorgeous. Thanks for stopping by. I started that piece about 6 months ago and became bored with it. I tucked it away on my hardrive and forgot about it. Then I saw Ratatouille. The colors amazed me and I felt like I had to get home paint something soon. Then I remembered the painting that I had neglected.. so I dug it back out and thanks to a little Pixar inspiration and color sense, I painted away. :) Anyway, can't wait to see more of your posts!
Wow , I haven't been able to post in a while. REally beautiful stuff. Thatrock bridge peice below is absolutely georgous.
nice lighting, and great design. I like the camera angle too
Hey, Chris. Your drawings are really inspirational. I especially like your ink sketches.
Awesome work, great character design!
Really nice Chris....great mood and nice details.
Nice man. Good use of dramatic lighting.
thats awesome. I love the hands and forearms!
Woow..!! que buen trabajo señor...!! esta bien chido..!!Saludos..!!
Chris! It's been a while since I stopped by but my -goodness-, what's been posted then is -gorgeous-. I love all the pieces and this Sultan looks a bit menacing and definitely degenerate...the colour just adds to the overal atmosphere. Fish tacos! GIR!--Shuku
Wow, great painting.-Ryan
Uhm! Really nice style. And the way you make the color...waw! Congrats!
Classical masterpieces here!
this has got a lot of attitude. came across it from a link on patrick ballesteros' page. good stuff.
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