Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Nuescape :: personal work

Another excercise done primarily in Painter X to flex some different creative muscles. I find it beneficial to periodically do these pieces to force myself out of my 'comfort zone' and try new things. Sometimes those techniques tried, make their may into my illustration work.

Here's a reworking of a piece I did for a CD sleeve insert . Enjoy!


lotusgreen said...

oh thank you thank you thank you! it's so lovely. i'm so glad to see more of your personal work. you're funny, though, thinking your personal work stands in some way in service of the commercial.... ;^)

LauraBraga said...

Hi dominic!:)
painter is a program i should learn to use.
i envy you!!!


Dominic Bugatto said...

lotusgreen - happy to oblige ;) In some way I shouldn't make the distinction , it's all personal work, even the ones that pay the bills .

laura - thanks for stopping by , Painter is def a program worth checking out if you have the chance. You can download trial versions to play with.

UrbanBarbarian said...

I like'm both! Very interesting!

Lee said...

Great work! Enjoying your Blog

Dominic Bugatto said...

Dan - thanks man!

Lee- thanks for stopping by, and for the kind words.

Francis Vallejo said...

Great great work!! I especially enjoy the girl with the tattoo on her arm and the pandemic illos. Looking forward to updates.
take care,

btw thanks for the kind words on my blog!

CaveMatt said...

Awesome stuff here man. Nice subtle colouring on the girl--really pops the tattoo. Really dig the Pandemic piece and the coffee ad.

Thanks for stoppin' by my blog.

BOKY said...

Hi Dominic :)

Thanks for visiting my blog! :)
I just saw your post, I'm not in a habit of scrolling down to my older posts...
I really lik this Betty Page retro girl...:)

Dominic Bugatto said...

francis - thanks for the kind words , new stuff coming soon !

cavematt - many thanks

boky - glad you could swing by