Sunday, April 10, 2011

Somewhere


Somewhere in a castilian-italian landscape, I figure if such blend existed it could look something like that.
Happy spring break everyone.

23 comments:

Jesús Duce said...

¡Espectacular ilustración!

Megan Nicole Dong said...

wow, that is really gorgeous!

Dominic Bugatto said...

Lovely piece.

rad sechrist said...

wow, that's nice!

Raul Avila said...

carajo!...que solidez!


saludos Marcos

nima said...

I like it as everytime!!!

Marcos Mateu said...

Thank you for your visit and comment guys!

A. Riabovitchev said...

I love it!:o)

Jparked said...

huge fan Marcos!

Really really love your insight n process in cinematography/shots.

Toni Reyna said...

Me encanta!como siempre :)
Un saludo!!

david said...

Marcos i recently found your amazing artwork on the book shelfs and Instantly feel in love i am a college student majoring in art and i decided to write about you just wanted to know what motivates you?

Marcos Mateu said...

-Thanks Andrei, John and Tony!

-Thanks David, can you email me at marcos_mateu@yahoo.com?

MATHEW MATHEW said...

Excellent work. Great style!

Douglas Ferreira said...

fantastic to say the least!

Danny Kundzinsh said...

what a beautiful piece, simply awesome

Jason Scheier said...

wow!!! AMAZING

MATHEW MATHEW said...

Marcos,

What is your basic illustration tool? Calligraphic pen/brush? Reply is much appreciated.

Mathew

Marcos Mateu said...

-Guys, thank you much for your visits and comments!

-Mathew, I use a Cintiq (to know it is to love it!)

CCG Coordinator said...

Hi Marcos,

Great blog! Thanks for sharing! Hope to get your book soon!

Your more stylized work looks like it was done in Sketchbook Pro? I read in your reply that you use a Cintiq - what software do you like to use?

Kindly,
Jonathan Gilpin
Coordinator
Lexington KY Comic Creators Group
web: http://lexkyccg.blogspot.com
email: lexkyccg@gmail.com

Marcos Mateu said...

Hi Jonathan, it's all photoshop actually.
'best

MATHEW MATHEW said...

Experience counts. Whether an artist uses Painter or Photoshop, Cintiq or Intuos, it's all about what he/she does with it. I'm still a learner. See my blog "From Here & There."

Jared Shear said...

WOW...nice one Marcos! Love the color palette you have chosen for this piece.

Raul Avila said...

solida construccion.... buenisimo