Light for Milk & Sugar

light

It’s the character from my last entry, only now he’s hopped off his horsey and is hanging around a campfire at night. Or standing amongst the wreckage of a devastated burning village. Your choice.

Inspiration drawn from a chat with the Mrs about light in images, and how Caravaggio used realistic lighting to achieve a greater sense of place and drama. Er, not that I’d compare my work to Caravaggio’s, obviously.

Maybe 5-6 hours work, graphics tablet, photoshop and custom brushes.

Check out the milk & sugar art project!

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~ by traumatron on October 20, 2009.

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