Excellent stuff Roberto! I love that shot of the window, great use of black contrasted with the hatched linework inside, very effective.
Solid stuff as always. Nicely done!
@Dylan -I'm glad you noticed that, it was fun! Sometimes i feel like putting midtones in the ambience to gain three-dimensionality, and wallpaper fits this perfectly. There's a long scene set in that room indeed.@Dominic -thanks a lot for your support mate, glad you like them!
l'ho preso... sempre bravo...le tavole con le architetture sono davvero belle... che pazienza!!Nedhttp://www.unmondomigliore.net/
Fantastiche...ma che te lo dico a ffa'!!
@ Ned, Patrizia - grazie 1000, in effetti certe tavole "costano" più di altre! Per fortuna avevo anche il supporto dei miei amici del mestiere (arch/ing).@ Johanna -Thanks a lot I'm glad you like them!
Great to see these pages inked. Splendid stuff. I agree with Dylan - that's a nice panel. I also LOVE the cat!
@ Alan -thanks a lot! It's quite infrequent for me to receive a good feedback for cats, in the past I made several unpresentable creatures instead, especially among the erased ones...But there's a suitable reference source for the cat of Julia in the Stuart Little movie.
Fantastic panels. I agree with Alan, the cat is great.
Great work Roberto! And those BUILDINGS...WOW! And all the great black spotting! How do you figure out the shadows on the architectural stuff?
@ Peter -thanks mate, you're always really kind.@ Benton -Thanks man, for the blacks it's a combination of imagination and reminiscences of perspective lessons taught by master Bonazzi
Gran bel lavoro Roberto!Complimenti anche per la nuova grafica del blog.un salutoPaolo
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