posted by Marco Bucci at 11:14 PM
Very cool man. Question, what do you use for palette when painting digitally? Do you make your own? I like your use of color, great work man!
Excellent Marco!!!the funniest werewolf I've ever seen!!!and by the way, great color work!!!!
Funny character,definitely not your average werewolf! Inspiring stuff as always, thumbs up.
haha wow, great design! really lovely painting :D
Excellent! Your werewolf is quite perfect to scary dust, dirty clothes and the average housewifes too! Very funny!Great job!
Very excellent picture. I love the werewolf and the way you've painted it.Grrrreat!
Hi Marco!!This illustration is amazing!!!!I like yur colors!!!!!great work!!!!Laura:)
Great one for sure! Nice colors.
This guy is so sweet! maybe that's because he works at a werewolf bakery.. hence the mittens.. maybe?? haha it's a really nice piece marco!!
very unique werewolf! great job on this one!
lol...this is great! Are those oven mits? hahahaha
indeed, the mittens create a real character. What are his interests besides devouring young maidens at full moon? I wonder
Awesome! I would be so sad though if I got bitten by that fellow and had to turn into that every full moon. Ha ha :)
Thanks guys! I really appreciate the comments. Jason, when I'm painting digitally, I try to quickly establish my palette with loose brushstrokes on the canvas, just to see if what's in my head actually has potential. If it does, I'll just pick my colours accordingly - sometimes picking the actual colour I want to be there, other times picking a colour that I want to mix with what's already on the canvas. With this particular image, I hadn't decided on the actual fleshtones yet, so I did a monochrome underpainting first. But usually I like to go in direct with colour.
Haaa Great! You may have been coming out of left field when you whipped up this adorable werewolf, but I think it worked out for the best. Excellent job!
I ONLY CAN SAY A THING,MAN,YOU ARE GREAT,KILLIAN
Left field is where you belong my friend. I think you need to stay!
Nice work thinking outside the box here!
cool blog! great style you have.
thats the weirdest werewolf I've ever seen....great job
Great werewolf! I love your style Marco. Thanks for visiting the ol' blog and the nice comment. Do you know Todd Harris? You guys are great painters and it wouldn't surprize me if you did. See yaChris
I wouldn't call it a werewolf, but that creature looks great!!Man, you sure know how to paint!
OH My, this character is AWESOME!! GREAT design!
Great painting!! It is very different from the average werefolf.
Well it's definitly not cliche. Nice touch with the oven mitts :)
left field works!
Left field, outfield, infield....wherever man...That's awesome.
P.S. I added you to my Links...I hope you don't mind!
Wow, this is crazy man!
He is SWEEET! He really just wants to be left alone in peace to do some sugar craft and baking but all that hairiness gets in the way of Baking Artistry.I love him, Marco, he's great! --Shuku
Shuku - you got it exactly right! That is precisely what I was thinking as I drew him. Thanks everyone again for your comments!
I love the oven mits the best!
Are those oven mitts? Even if they're not, I'm thinking they are. And that makes this all the more awesome! Totally goes against cliches. Nice!
great piece marco! those oven mitts are genius! excellent excellent job!
This blog is excellent! Thanks for dropping my blog and posting a comment, much appreciated!
Yo im seriously diggin this! great stuff!-Roc
Excellent! This is acrilic or oleo??From PeruOmar
Ha, fun werewolf! Really dig the originality & fresh take.
Holy Shomoley, this awesome work! Sorry for my ignorance, I'm not a painter, but it reminds me a little of Mark Behm's work. Maybe its similar inspirations but being compared to Mark is one of best compliments I can offer. Keep up this very fine work and ya, I agree with you - Milt Kahl is amazing!
HAHAHAHAHAH Jeremy - I thought somebody might say that. Mark's played a big role in my own learning. He's helped me from the beginning when I was really struggling, and he's one of the painters whose work I look at for inspiration/information. I do hope, however, that my stuff doesn't come off as a cheap ripoff of his; I'm definitely not out to imitate anybody. Although I often feel that, with any given painting of mine, one particular influence is showing through a bit too much. Thanks for your compliment, though - it is a big one.
excellent work,..Marco's Stuff always great
A wolf of many talents, not only is he a culinary artist, he has fashion sense also. The color of his oven mitts match the blue green of this skin spots. Now that is taste!
Cool stuff Marco. Thanks for dropping by my blog.
neat work dude!i like the palettebenja!
Amazing stuff, Marco!! love your coloring technique. Would you mind if I put a link to your blog in mine?Javierhttp://giangia.blogspot.com/
I get it! WOLFgang Puck!!! I dig the kitchen mitts!
Ciao! ma sei Italiano e lavori in USA?Your stuff is really impressive!
I agree with everyone else. The character is great and very well painted. The colors are a very good choice.
Nice. I like his oven mitts.-Ryan
great monster. well done!!
This guy just says "Hug me"...Love the paints, great character...
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