Picture 4 : This time, Gabriele is putting the acrilic plaster on the white paper.Most of the times, the color of the paper is indifferent, because he covers all the spaces with plaster…Usually he does have to wait 4 or 5 hours until the painting is completly dry.
Picture 5 : Now Gabriele is putting the colors on the paper directly from the tubes. This way the background is more intense and full of colors. For the first thing, Gabriele is thinking about the image, before he puts the colors he is trying to see how he wants to be the final atmosphere and after…<br> img.photobucket.com/albums/v718/XaDavid/1mettoilcolore.jpg [/img]
Picture 9 : Now Gabriele uses a carbon-paper black (for light BG) or white (for dark BG) to copy the drawing/sketch on the painted paper. And after he paints all the dark lines of the drawing with a brush…immediately after he starts to put the halftones and lights (just the first coat) to have a total impression of the image's volumes!
Picture 11 : The day after, Gabriele does have to put the details, after them, he is cleaning the image by doing a check on the surfaces. After again, he starts to put the lights and special effects (just a little) with the airbrush!
WOW ..GREAT to see Gab at work! It is amazing to see how he creates a picture, and especially a piece as that. I like the way every small step is shown, although there is quite a big gab between pictures #8 & #9 ..got some secrets there??
+ I start to understand why I am always staring like a hypnotized idiot when I see Gab at work at a convention~
thanks for showing this, it inspires a lot of lazy amateur artists to pick up their stuff and start painting something ..like me..
slyfox: I was curious how would I get a copy of the the spiderverse banner. I bought it a while ago but had an ex steal it when she moved out. IS there anyway for me to purchase it or does anyone know of anywhere or anyone that is selling it?
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