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Chicago Artist Roger Moy and his Process

Posted by Samuel Gillis on

Process Since I use an airbrush in most of my work, the process is very slow and tedious. Most paintings begin with a small pencil sketch which I scan into my mac and isolate each object and surface. I’ve been using the computer to sketch with for about 5 years. With it, I can play with composition, shape, size, perspective, color, texture, shadow & hi-lites relatively quickly & not waste paper. Even so, my sketches usually take a couple of months. When I arrive on a satisfactory image, I do a cheap paper print to scale and transfer that to...

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