Damn!!! now you are one hell-of-an artist...to be able to paint such artwork in a traditional way requires a lot of skill not many have...the patience, the detail, colour application..etc...most of us did wat you did digitally nowadays bcos its much easier to correct if theres some mistake...I bet if its easy for you traditionally, then you must b able to paint digitally without difficulty...awesome man keep at it.
yes of course, the one thing that is cool by doing it traditionally is the satisfaction when you get the results after a long and tiring process...the value of our work, time spent to see it finally realised...you should b proud bcoz u did it traditionally, an excruciating process no doubt for those without patience like me...hehe. Painting digitally is for those who can't wait to visualise their ideas immediately, which is fun bcos its rather fast, depending on our techniques and how we organise our work process...I'm still trying to figure that out myself tho...hehe
I have a table like that at my house. I also love how you wear headphones while working, I thought I was the only one who had something playing in the background. Maybe it's an artist thing. Maybe it's Maybelline.
A great creative environment! I see you are influenced by epic classics! That makes sense, I can really see it in your work. Isn't that The Lady of Shalott back there? I love it! Thanks for this view into your workshop.