After looking at everyones lovely wet on wet landscapes i decided to try it out for myself. Normally i work with very thin layers of wet over dry and slowly build up my paintings finishing off with glazes. Also, normally i work with a limited palate, but everyone here works with a lot of amazing colour.

what can i say, wet on wet, and an "unlimited" palate are very challenging. I found my colours getting muddy quickly. However i do really like the loose impressionistic outcome i have. It was also just kind of liberating. ill post a picture when its dry :)

Im happy to find a place of painters. Since i work in the video game industry im surrounded by some of the best graphic artists this planet has to offer...i must say i kick their butts at life drawing, but I feel really out of my element sometimes.

here is the work of some of the people i work with.

steambot studios. Co workers who opened thier own studio
http://www.steambotstudios.com/V2/

Raphael lacoste one of my teachers for lighting and rendering i love his work.
http://www.raphael-lacoste.com/

Pascal Blanche
http://pascal_blanche.cgsociety.org/gallery/598631/

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Comment by Lorri Costan Roberts on November 27, 2010 at 19:14
you can avoid mud by using transparent colour mixes as opposed to opaque paint.(for watercolour) and oils you work thick over thin to avoid mud.Hopes this helps.regards Lorri Roberts
Comment by terry clare on October 4, 2010 at 15:26
See on BLOGS Yep. Worked out how to do it finally.
Comment by terry clare on October 4, 2010 at 15:06
Trying to upload Painting Notes PDFs
Comment by terry clare on October 4, 2010 at 14:10
Definately like your painting. Good drawing and lots a detail. I note you are trying out wet in wet. Here are some notes I've made over the decades. Hope they help, Terry Clare

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