Look at this while listening to "Rhinestone Eyes" by Gorillaz. Haha. Such a fun picture. I like that there's a skull on the bucket between her legs, and that the purple liquid is spilling out. I don't know what it could mean, but I'm gonna keep thinking about it until I come up with something.
I also like that it doesn't look purple until it gets to the bottom bucket. Are those wings? Oh wow, they are. There's so much to this picture... full of little details to look at. Also, her outfit is super cool. I like that you paid attention to how the light would affect how the colors in the jewels look, and I like the way you drew the glowing design behind her (is that a pentagram? I don't think so, but I can't really tell).
I was wandering if you could let me us this image for an Android game called "Kingdoms of Myth", it's turn based strategy game based on a fantasy World. You can find a little bit more info in this rough website made by my colleges [link] (Sorry for the bad English). Of course you will have full credits of your work and link to your webpage if you want
Lot of thanks for answering. However, do you have any picture not related to a project? For example this one: [link] We really love your work and we will be really honored if we can include one of your pieces
Really like your gallery and I especially liked the temperature shift you have going on in the skin in this image. I know you are probably too busy to answer this sort of thing but can you recommend any solid resources for painting figures? I don't get how you are able to organize your skin tones when you have so much color/temperature shift going on... whenever I don't have a model to look at my figures either end up looking flat and dead or I begin to lose the local color of their skin.