Jan 30, 2008

Bill Murray Illustration

27 comments:

Paul Holmes said...

Awesome. Very nice podcast, super informative. Cool illustration too.

Antonio Radovcic said...

Pretty informative! I personally would like to hear more of your thinking proccess than about technical and software issues. but one thing i'd like to know is: do you use brush with penpressure-sensitive-opacity or are you painting opaquely like you would with real paint?
thx for doing these!! take care

David op De Beeck said...

I enjoyed this one a lot both the chat and the painting technique. Gave me some ideas to experiment with myself.

Looking forward to the next one!

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Neil Davies said...

Really interesting once again, thank you Joe :)

Colin said...

Do you ever use the tilt function of your Intuous to adjust the size of your brush?

Sagan Lacy said...

These are always inspiring and exciting. I love hearing about thoughts and philosophies on art and illustration from you and your friends. Keep doing these when you can.

Dan Yu said...

I just finished watching your Tom Cruise painting and I gotta say I enjoyed it very much. It's really inspiring. I've been practicing painting in photoshop lately and I learned lots of things from your podcast.

I'm just wondering what are your brush settings when you usually paint? Things like flow %.

Anyways I look foward to more great work! Thanks.

a. kleon said...

this was great!

Shawn Escott said...

This is awesome! Thanks for sharing your vast knowledge of illustration and caricature. The videos are amazing and inspiring. :)

Jordan Hollowell said...

I'm a photographer and I thoroughly enjoyed your post. I find the way that you deal with a light source, very interesting and quite similar to how I deal with a light source.

DJ said...

Thanks so much! Your videos are really top notch, and very instructional and inspiring.

DARAF said...

Thanks for sharing once again Joe. It is nice to see you experimenting with different techniques each time also.

wsmith11 said...

Joe, thank you so much for offering a look into your process and style--it's so inspiring to see accomplished artists working the details out. I'm inspired to paint something today. Thanks!

Derek said...

These podcast, i swear, as good as if not better than going to an art course and having a 'one on one' with a seasoned art professor.

these babys are going on my ipod for quick easy access whenever i need inspiration on the go.

keep having fun man, i certainly am.

cant wait for more :D

Ruffy Drier said...

Joe! I love your work but you haven't updated in a month, I hope you post some new videos soon. I can't wait to see more, thanks for making these, they're very interesting.

Joe Bluhm said...

Ruffy, thanks for the kind words, but these videos were added two weeks ago.

I'll try to keep updated as much as I can.

Cody said...

I came across your videos on YouTube as I was browsing for something to help me learn how to digitally paint. I usually color with a comic book style, so your podcasts have been very informational and helpful to me. Looking forward to seeing more of them in the future!

Cody said...

Also, I'd love to see you paint a woman! Amy Adams comes to mind because of Enchanted, ha ha ha. I think it'd be nice to see you tackle that since we've seen you work on a variety of men.

Farhad said...

Thank you for coming back, filling my brain with valuable information and making my eyes staying freezed at the screen. For a color noob like me it seems like pure magic to see you work so fast. Do you have some tips on how to practice color theory or how to establish a consitent color palette?

I'd really appreciate any advice =)

Thanks again and keep up the good work!

doodlebot said...

Incredible work Joe! must extend big thanks to you for putting out these podcasts. I bet this sparks lot of imagination in folks watching this (just raised my hand) I myself starting to experiment a bit, just started putting some random stuff here on my blog: http://doodlebot.blogspot.com. Check it out sometime when you have some time.

Keep'em coming.
Cheerios!

David Bernal said...

Just Awesome!!

crylic said...

Hey man, crazy inspiring stuff. Thanks for this.

jeff said...

i dont mean to be a nay sayer

but i dont like it too well, compaired to your other stuff.

Anonymous said...

Hey Joe, just wondering when the next podcast is coming? hehehe really miss it! know you are busy, cant wait :) Thanks!
Andres

C.B. Canga said...

hey joe,

thanks for the link. i will add a link on my page to this blog.

these are all great. thanks for taking the time to share your process.

c.b.

francois said...

Hey joe, where you goin' with that pencil in your hand....
bravo...!!!
just one question...: what is the program for capture of screen.?...i'm lousy in computer programme.....thank you....

sabouki's cartoons said...

Hi Joe,
i am learning a lot from your works ,
wonderful job! i wonder if you can see some of my caricatures and have your opinion