Tuesday, February 28, 2006

lone rider

22 comments:

Jafar said...

Very dramatic lights, absolutely wonderful!!

alberto mielgo said...

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Amazing. What a light!

Ernesto Melo said...

Andrei, your work with the textures is beautiful!!

A. Riabovitchev said...

Thanks Ernesto.But this is only brushes.My be look like the textures.You can made any brush you like in Photoshop.For example tree.:o)

rodguen said...

Holy crap!!!
This is amazing.

r.

andrea spada said...

impressive. Fantastic one!

its-a-wrap said...

S T U N N I N G ! what a mood, phantastic composition and amazing colors.

Cooked Art said...

I really love the simplicity of your paintings, but their very realistic sense of light and value really come through.

Keep em coming!

Virginia Valle said...
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Antonio Santamaria said...

Andrei, I still can't close my mouth... What a beautiful painting!
It's incredible.... the use of the light and the choose of the colours... and the matter of the illustration...and...and... EVERYTHING!
Congratulations. One of the best!

Carlos Ruano said...

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Simply spectacular

studioalcarria said...

Hi Andrei!
Wow! Great stuff!
you can contact with me please?

willipino said...

WOW!!! amazing work!

A. Riabovitchev said...

Thank everybody very much!

Virginia Valle said...

КРАСИВЫЙ ФОН я могу написать на русском языке :)

A. Riabovitchev said...

Спасибо Virginia !Теперь тебе прийдётся ещё и переводить с русского.:)Мне нравится твоя новая аватара.

Hans said...

Wow, Love this one! Great mood and lighting.

Hans

A. Riabovitchev said...

Thanks Hans!

limbolo said...

I keep going to the 'blow-up' of this one....
Almost a new genre: 'photo-graphism'

A. Riabovitchev said...

OOOO thank you very much Neil!The Photoshop provokes me to draw like that.:O)I like idea of new genre!

Andrew Glazebrook said...

Another amazing piece of work !! You have amazing stuff on your Blog !

GREG MANWARING said...

Holy crap!! That is beaaaaauuuutttiful!!!

reminds me a bit of the work in Eyvind Earles christmas card book!