A slightly darker version of the famous fable character! Enjoy!
This is The Reading Princess, my latest work. I painted this starting with color and not greyscale as usual. If you have any questions or comments please let me know!
In this landscape I used a very desaturated palette to reinforce a cold atmosphere. As always the full resolution image is available here.
Likes and comments are very welcome!
My new painting. Again, I’ve been experimenting with the mixer brush presets made by Eldar Zakirov. The more I use them the more I like the amazing traditional oil painting effect they give! Give it a try if you are into digital painting, you won’t be disappointed.
Have a look at the full resolution image here and leave a comment if you like it!
My new work! I did another female character. Lately I’ve been doing a lot of character design. I’m trying to get better in adding details while keeping things as painterly as possibile. I always paint trying to avoid the “digital effect”. Of course there are many great artists out there who can do amazing stuff still looking digital, but personally I love traditional oil painting and I try to convey the same feeling in my digital paintings. I’ve still a long road ahead, though!
You can find a full resolution copy of this image in che Characters page, just follow the link. Thank you all!
I’ve always been fascinated by mermaids. This time I wanted to realize one slightly different from the usual fish-tailed mermaid. If you have questions about how I realize my paintings don’t hesitate to ask!
You can find a bigger resolution image in the Characters page, as usual!
Thank you all!
A flock of Harpies. In Greek and Roman mythology they were thought to bring storms and punish evil men. Of course they were supposed to be a lot uglier than this but I took some liberties and made them a little prettier. This illustration is available for printing, if you want to take a closer look go to the Characters page!
I started this painting with the idea of making an ogre warrior. During the process I changed my mind and ended doing something like a sort of mythological satyr-like beast. This is the result. Let me know what you think!
It seems I’ve been painting a lot of characters, lately. When I paint this kind of hybrid female characters I love to mix different features such as horns, scales, claws and feathers with human traits, combining sheer, natural power with the delicate beauty of female bodies.
This time I made a Tiefling, or a half-demon if you’re not into roleplaying games, a being born from the unholy union of a demon and a human. They are not necessary evil in nature, but their demonic traits usually get them to be fiercely discriminated. As a result they don’t trust anybody and learn very quickly to rely exclusively on themselves.
As usual I tried to stay as painterly as possible, to achieve a more organic result.
Let me know what do you think! And if you have a favourite character you would like me to paint you can suggest it in the comments below!