Sep 18, 2007

Josh Homme



14 comments:

theb said...

Thank you

Marion said...

Great blog, very inspiring.
Is there a chance that you are going to do a demonstration in Reno?

Colin said...

This is a really great idea. I just started experimenting with digital painting on Photoshop and I can't think of anything more helpful and inspiring than this. Thanks!

Jason Seiler said...

Nice piece Joe, love the simplicity in your rendering, especially around the chin and neck area. Also, really cool take on his eye lids . . . sweet job!

KEV said...

joe, what size tablet do you use to do these digital paintings? and are the tablet and photoshop the only softare you're using?

William Appledorn said...

wow, really cool, i really like QOTSA too,for the initial sketch part of the painting what brush do you use?

Neil Davies said...

Joe, can't thank you enough for showing your technique like this, it's really fascinating and in a way quite reassuring as I do things in a pretty similar way (although not in the same league). Top stuff, cheers from another QOTS fan :D

Dan said...

This is great. It's definitely interesting to see your reference photo next to the painting. I also liked in the Tom Cruise one how we could see the layers and you mentioned how you used techniques like using the multiply layer or the soft light. I never would have known about that otherwise. Looking forward to the next one!

Anonymous said...

Wow, saw your post at conceptart.org. Really great stuff!

It's nice to hear your comments while watching. Really makes a difference to the usual mundane, 10x speeded, mute tut videos you see elsewhere.

Keep it up!
/Magnus

Greg said...

Joe,
These are great! Very helpful. Thank you for taking the time to share your talent.
Greg

ivofavero said...

Hi Joe, I'm Ivo and I'm brasilian caricaturist...thank you for showing your great drawn to my eyes...It's amazing too see you drawning in photoshop...congratulations and if you could visit my page - http//:ivofavero.uniblog.com.br
Take care....

David op De Beeck said...

Love your work man and seeing you at it is just so valuable and fun I must say I really appreciate you taking the time to make these recorded sessions. You're an inspiration!

the clownninja said...

i think its - "a good artist borrows, a great artist steals" Picasso said it. This is fantastic, keep 'em coming man...beautiful work. thanks a lot

sandy~ said...

Awesome stuff..big Qotsa/Eodm/Joshua fan here too. I love what/how you did this and I was thinking how he resembles Elvis Presley just the other day! (thought i was the only one lol)

Thanks!