get a little spray bottle for water, when you want to keep an area wet. Like skin tones, or large graduated colours like sky. Also make a stay wet pallete, they really help. Look it up on google. I just got some tuppaware, sponges and graseproof paper from wilkos for less than £3.
Cool painting, Khan! When going trad I sometimes play with different textures by applying paint with roughed up paper as a base or soften parts by using my fingers. Makes it more fun and gives it added variety. :) I think adding hints of blue in the shadows instead of just black/grey would help break it up a bit.Looking forward to seeing more, mate.
looks great Khan, wish I could help but I don't use acrylics. Would be awesome to see more
There are some ancient tricks to keep your paint layers fresh and more oil-like.I don't really remember all recepies, I do remember that I was making some mixtures with egg white(or was it egg yolk?)and also there's some great Venetian turpentine that can mix with water,and other art-store products that can keep your paint fresh.The way you make the base is also important, I always use some acrylats and 'Drvofiks' (drvofiks (ser)= glue and formaldehyde content, based on aqueous dispersions of polyvinylacetate and supplements. ), usually thick layer of acrylat and just a bit of glue. And using airbrush as a tool goes great with brushes, I just spray my background with airbrush or car sprey, usually. Hope this helps!
or just ask Simon Bisley? :)
You guys are the best, thank you sooo much!!
Toothbrushes make great paint-splatter/fake airbrush tools, I've had a lot of fun with it :)
Thanks Mattias, will try it next time.
Hallo! drawer!, this is a Wolverine??? Es muy parecido! ja! me gustan tus dibujos, segui asi!.
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