In fact, sunsets are different everywhere. I like to travel. When I travel, when inspiration strikes me, I start creating my paintings, immersing myself in this wonderful world of art. I used to prefer flying business class because it's convenient. Now looking for a reliable resource to allow myself to travel more and paint my paintings. This is an amazing natural phenomenon of sunsets and sunrises. They are so different from each other and at the same time beautiful.
This discussions was a bit of a depressing listen but very important. I was thinking if the AI art generators prompts could have an in built restriction that forbids them from using artist's names to somehow forbid them from replicating their style. That might be a long shot, but I guess it's something. I also think it would be cool if you interviewed a lawyer about the ramifications of the breach in copyright AI art is. I think it would be cool if you talked to someone like LegalEagle over on Youtube you could be bringing more people outside of artists and AI tech people into this discussion.
Hello everyone! For this Challenge I did a portrait of my friend Ryan Haack family. He is an indie comic book writer so I added his comic anthology Unspeakable Text to the scene. I did a second version with the pages of a comic I illustrated for him called Mr. Frost in the background.
Halloween in July. I plan to go trick or treating with the kids this year... for the first time! We live in Australia. It's taken a while but we're catching on to this trick or treating business :P I had covid... still have... so I wasn't able to take any group photos for reference. I had to blend what I already had of the kids with some stock photos from pexels and what I've been learning from Aaron Blaise tutorials.
To express my experience of grief and its complexity I created this two-faced self portrait. Not a traditional group, but I wanted to represent the faces of grief - one we share with the world and one, the more raw one, we hide from most people. acrylic on canvas
Hello Proko and Marco! so since this was month's challenge was to make light and shadow studies, these are some the loose studies I did over the month of this challenge. (These pieces are arranged in the chronological order of their making) Hope you all like it :D!! [P.S. marco and proko, I just wanted to thank you for always providing free and educational content for everyone! it has helped many students including me...]
Here's my submission for the challenge! I really love portraits and i try to keep a "traditional" feel even if most of my work is digital. Thanks so much for all you did Marco & Proko's team ♥
My submission for the June 2022 Challenge! Worked hard to preserve a sketchy and painterly feel with the brushstrokes while still maintaining a realistic representation of the colours and light.
I'm a little bit late, but decided to post it anyway. I've learned a lot about colours during this challenge. Thanks to Marco Bucci and Proko team! I would really appreciate any feedback!
Hi all, here is my sketching light digital painting. I’m sticking with the cat theme from the last Proko challenge. So now I can create a children’s book very soon!
My first challenge submission. The work was based off of this photo of apartments in Venice, Italy. Thanks!