Very nice. I would really like to see some in-progress stuff if you can do that with non NDA work.
Love the simplicity. Great color palettes too...what colors you using for these?
Thanks guys!Charles - I've only done in-progress photography once and I posted it a while back, here's the link: http://chrisrahnart.blogspot.com/2009/09/processor-something.htmlScott - I think the first one was Cerulean, Yellow Ochre and Transparent Iron Oxide Red and the second was mostly Cerulean, Trans. Iron Ox. Red and maybe indigo...not sure though, it was a while back.
wow these are so cool! the more i see your work the more of a fan i am, i'm so excited for the new magic cards just so i can see all your paintings
Beautiful man. Simply beautiful. I assume they are fighting zombies.
beautiful dude. i assume they are not fighting zombies
Beautiful. I love the limited palette. I'd say you were pretty successful in your experiment.
You would assume that Ray. So close minded.
Really power pieces, man. This reminds me a lot of NC Wyeth, I need to get back down to the Brandywine River Museum now.Also, Ray, Tyler is right.. an old western zombie apocalypse is totally possible.
Thanks everyone!Actually it's aliens...they're fighting aliens.
ALIENS?! WHAT?! I did not expect that curveball.
wonderfull work. It's very nice stuff.
Hey Chris! It was so nice to see you again before Thanksgiving. I am honored to be related to such talent!I love the Dark Tower series by Steven King and this Western art reminds me of the covers for those books for some reason. Did you do those as well? - Dave