Friday, June 11, 2010

John's Artists' Brushes User: Dominic Orologio

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Dominic Orologio is a freelance Art Director and Designer by day, and a hopeful commercial illustrator by night. Dominic writes, "I tried my hand at my life long dream recently, which is to break into the comic book biz as a cover artist. It's slow going. So now I've shifted to putting together a stylistically cohesive portfolio of editorial work. I have a couple reps that said they would be interested in rep-ing me if I put together some pieces in the style you see here. Wish me luck.

I wanted to thank you for your Artists' Brushes. They are great! CS5's brush engine is a long-awaited dream come true, and your brushes manage to take advantage of every nuance it was intended to express.

In my process, I bounce from canvas to Photoshop a couple of times on a piece. But now that I can finally achieve the life and spontaneity I would normally rely on my canvas for, it's gotten a lot more streamlined. And these brushes helped me achieve that. Very well thought out, and very appreciated. This piece took about 10 hours total."

You can view a progression of Dominic's painting by clicking the image above. Check out Dominic's work at Comic Cover portfolio and his design site.

John's Artists' Brushes for Photoshop CS5 are now available at an introductory price of $19.95. If you have Photoshop CS5 and are into painting, this will be the best investment you can make!

John's Artists' Brushes for Adobe Photoshop CS5

If you have an image created using John's Artists' Brushes, send me a JPEG and I'll feature it here on the PixlBlog!

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