In an earlier post, Eric Talmant shared with us his experiment in gray scaling  (Grisaille), which is a technique preferred by painters like Greg DiFranco and Penny Meyer. I am no critic because I am only a beginner when it comes to painting flats, but I know what I like, and I thought Eric’s effort paid off well—not that it is necessarily better than previous works, but I thought it looked as good. Check out the previous post here.

Below you will find the same piece, titled, “Omar,” with a base, along with his most recent work, “Achilles and Hector.”

Omar Socle 2

 

Achille Hector 10 c

Achille Hector 10 d

 

They don’t look “flat” do they.

 

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