Saturday, December 11, 2010

A Preview and an Idea...


Webisode 2 will be here shortly. . . I hope to have it completed by this coming Monday or Tuesday. In the meantime, here is a little preview image. As you can see, I will be painting an eye and talking about ideas related to the process.

Also, I had an idea in regards to the many questions I've been receiving by email since Webisode 1. I love getting questions and try to respond to all of them, but I was thinking that it might be beneficial for everyone if I take some of the recurring ones and answer them publicly on the blog--keeping the identity of the person asking them anonymous. That way I could have a post between Webisodes that would perhaps answer questions a number of you have.

Okay, see you soon
Scott

8 comments:

  1. So wonderful Scott!
    I'm already anxious to see it!
    I think that to post the questions online is a great idea.

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  2. Scott, thank you so much for the generosity of your sharing. I am looking forward to the completed webisode as much as the last one on blocking in a drawing.

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  3. maybe do a Q & A webisode? Might be faster, I dunno...

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  4. Scott, these videos are very informative and professionally done, great job and fantastic demo painting!

    I would like to see more on how you think about mixing, applying and blending the values, chroma and hue.

    My focus is portraiture and learning the various painting processes.

    Thank you, Mike

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  5. hi bro...
    thanks for your share..
    if you want
    get my collection reference at
    UNAND's REPOSITORY

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  6. hi bro...
    thanks for your share..
    if you want
    get my collection reference at
    UNAND's REPOSITORY

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  7. Hi Scott! This is awesome but I am sure everyone would agree that a full length workshop on form painting is something long overdue. Also the mixing of colors. I don't believe anyone has done that. Don't get me wrong, so happy you are sharing this part of the process but it is making me yearn to know more. I can't travel to a class. Just think about it. PS.. I am going to put this under the anonymous profile because I have no idea how to use this comment box. It asks me to select a profile. Thankyou for sharing your work with us.
    Michelle

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  8. In the post above where I said " I am sure everyone would agree that a full length workshop on form painting is something long overdue". I meant to say VIDEO workshop.

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