I used a brushset of Levente Peterffy who was so kind to share it with us some time ago. For the architectural shapes I used the brush called "Forme échantillonneé 2". For the lights there's one, too and the highlights are made with a simple small round one. You can download it from my dropbox here [link] (I will delete it in a few days, so get it now, please ) Happy painting
You just pinpointed what I have been feeling in case of some artists who stubbornly stick to one style... Sometimes it really looks like inability to venture outside their own bounds But in your case I think it's can be called a true personal style
Yes, I know what you mean. There are lots around, but sometimes I grudge them on it. I really would like to have more the ability to stick to one style. This would allow me to express new ideas more easily without dealing with style and technique. Unfortunately I'm too impatient ... On the other hand this made me a quiet skilled allrounder. Good. Stop whining, Frank.
Cool. Thanks for the info, Frank. I may look into buying a tablet soon, but I've absolutely know idea what is good, or how to use...oh, and no money either! I see that a lot of people use Wacom, but that just means it popular, not necessarily good I guess...
I really recommed Wacom, because of the good quality of the Intous product line. But it's expensive, and maybe the Bamboo series will do the job, too. Just consider, that if you get along with digital painting and you like it, the you probably want to upgrade. And don't go under DIN A4 size (errm ... that's aprox. 9"x12" - hey, are canadians metric or what?). After some days of getting used to the tablet, digital painting will reflect your ability to paint traditionally. But from there everything is possible ...
Cool. Thanks. Yes, we are metric here in Canuckland - although I was in the very first class/year in high school that switched over to metric. I was in Grade 12 or 13 at the time - it was back in the seventies. So, I can do either/or!!
I've never painted, but did do some sketching a while back. If I make the move, I might just start with some abstract things, and work my way up to sketching and painting!