Concept art, Illustration

Painting for Japan + This week’s studies

Today I was painting for 14 hours on livestream for Japan as I said yesterday. Well, actually I said 12 hours but I painted for 2 more because I had some issues with my internet connection.

I painted this illustration in the 14 hours, from the very first sketches, to the final result, looking for references and talking with my viewers.

At first I thought about an illustration showing the disaster occurred in Japan last year, but I looked at some pictures of those places now and they look calm, so I worked on a different idea. Here you can see a woman with her children, building their new house (the father died) and she’s begging the sea and the radioactivity (represented by those monsters) to stay calmed down.

I want to give credit to some of my viewers that stayed with me for hours and hours. Without their support, I don’t know If I was able to continue painting for such a long time without feeling more tired (I didn’t notice how tired I was till I stopped).

So thanks to PhillipBreen, Tuby, Bezjar, Ciucku, Mastercode, Superhmerh and my friend Salvisan. Sorry if I forgot someone.

I will try to upload later on youtube the video recorded because I had some issues with livestream.com that I  need to check.

And I don’t want to end the week without uploading this week’s studies. Only 4 this week because two of them took me twoo days and today, with the 14 hours of painting for Japan and looking at some references for my painting I had enough.

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2 responses

  1. that came out awesome my friend ! sorry that couldn’t be there for more than i was ! keep up the good work!

    March 12, 2012 at 7:10 am

    • No worries, I know you can’t be for 14 hours watching my livestreams haha (and not only you :p) Thanks for taking a look at the final result, and for being there some hours at least, as you see you got some credit in my post 😉 I’m glad with the result (could be better true) but after the 14 hours I was super tired….

      March 12, 2012 at 10:05 am

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