"I want to make paintings
that look as if they were made
by a child."
— Jean-Michel Basquiat
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Marker, Pen, Watercolor and Oil Styles
These are examples of my illustration style using the same source image. I generate several variations (up to thousands) of renderings per image, ranging from watercolor style to marker-and-pen, pencil sketch, oil painting, and finally a processed filmic look.
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiries, commissions and gigs.
Marker and pen style
Loose watercolor style
One of my favorite techniques is overlapping color washes, one tight and the other loose.
Tight watercolor style
The image prior to the loose strokes being added.
Oil painting styles
Pronounced brush feel
Pronounced outlines and solid fills
A simple black and white rendering of all outlines.
Finally, a photographic example where I'm getting a cinematic film look using an equalized color gamut.