Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Here he is.

This is he again, after some further advice from Jeff Bunker. Also, for some reason, viewing this image in a web browser is washing out the colors. Viewing it in photoshop or something looks much more vibrant. It's not my monitor, either, because I've tried it on multiple machines... weird.

7 comments:

koryface said...

very nice. i see your knowledge of painting is increasing at an alarming rate. keep it up and i may have to assassinate you.

nomi said...

Brian, I worry that your growing up years in the big city may have greatly influenced your artwork and sense of light and beauty. This guy is scary good.

REM-Brant said...

Wow...I've tried multiple times to paint the way the Avalanche guys do and it comes out hideous. Teach me your ways, sensei!

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Breezi said...

I wish I were as tough as this guy... ohh wait, I AM!

MichaelJWilliams said...

Hey Brian

I realise this is an old post, but I wasn't sure whether you'd ever solved this problem. You reminded me of an article I found online explaining why some browsers make images' colours look more dull. It's here if you're interested.

Keep up the awesome work :)

Michael