Well after months of hard work i finally managed to finish my set of MotoGP paintings. Painstakingly painted in CS6 whilst working from reference photographs to create these stunning paintings of some of the top riders in MotoGP. A lot of hard work but it paid of in the end. Thanks for all the support and
I finally managed to complete the third and final digital hand painting from the trio for one of my clients and i have to say that i am over the moon with the finished product as was my client. The final painting which can be seen left is of her daughter and it was an honor and a privilege to create the paintings for my client. I sincerely hope you enjoy my work as much as i enjoyed painting it.
I was asked recently from a fellow photographer friend if i would attempt to paint one of his images of a Tornado. Never trying to paint something like this i decided to give it a go. After some serious time and effort i can honestly say i surprised even myself. The painting came out beautifully. It is safe to say that this is another field of subject that i am quite comfortable painting... A big thank you to my friend Ken (Aviation Prints) for the opportunity to paint it..
When it came to painting this picture of the famous actor and Martial Artist Tony Jaa i did not expect the smoke or dragons breath to be so time consuming. The entire painting was based on an original photograph of Tony Jaa but in the end it proved to be a very time consuming piece of work indeed. Approximately 8 hours in total with around halt than for just the smoke. In the end however i managed to pull it of and create an almost identical painting to the original image but obviously with my own take on it. Entitled "DRAGONS BREATH" and painted in CS6 using a graphic tablet.
I have to admit i am surprised by the sheer response to my latest work. The cheeky and fun paintings are becoming rather popular with clients and i am now getting all kinds of requests from people wanting my paintings of them doing some cool and funny things. I suppose it is something new and different from the norm and it does make a nice refreshing change to paint something like this now and again..
Another of my recent digital hand paintings of a beautiful Rhodesian Ridgeback portraying their famous curiosity especially when faced with strangers. Painted in CS6 using a graphic tablet and pen from one of my original studio photographs.
One of my latest digital hand paintings of two beautiful Rhodesian Ridgebacks. Painted in CS6 using a graphic tablet and pen from an original photograph this image show two Ridgebacks acknowledging each other. An absolutely beautiful breed...
My latest digital hand painting of a model surrounded by satin sheets. This painting was produced from one of my original photographs from a recent modelling shoot and then hand painted in CS6 using a graphic tablet and pen.
With so many Paintings along side of my normal photography things are beginning to get increasingly difficult to fit everything in but the good thing is that i am really enjoying both the photography and my painting and that is worth every ounce of effort without a doubt..............
One of my latest digital hand paintings of a Rhodesian Ridgeback called Keke. Painted from one of my original photographs for one of the top breeders in the South of England (Rozelridge Rhodesian Ridgebacks) and then painted in CS6 using a graphic tablet.
This is my latest digital hand painting of a beautiful Rhodesian Ridgeback. Painted from an original photograph that i shot in studio and then painted using a graphic tablet in CS6. Many people have asked me what a tablet is and the best way i can describe one is that a tablet is simply like an electronic piece of paper. Using a digital pen you basically draw / paint on this electronic piece of paper in pretty much the same way you would with a normal piece of paper and pencil. The only difference is that what yo are drawing is being transferred to the computer screen instead of the paper. Hopefully that will kind of explain how it works a little better and i sincerely hope you like my latest painting as much as i enjoyed painting it.. Rob :)