Done for the Hermitage Magazine,
Idea by Andrei Shelyutto, © 2012
and I love the red!
Hi. You're amazing! If you could take a quick second to answer this, you would honestly change my life: What do I physically need to do during practice, each day, to eventually be able to create something like this?
Can you please break down exactly what one extremely motivated beginner student would need to do, each & every day when he or she sits down to practice, in order to create these incredible photorealistic 2d digital drawing/paintings?
People just say 'Practice harder..' But I do not know "exactly" what this entails.
Can you maybe make me, like, a list or something?!! So I can then go out and explore those topics? Or at least tell me what I need to physically be doing with my practice time so I can become great as you are?
If there's any books/DVDs/tutorials that really helped you become great, please share!
Thank you for trying to help!
What would you recommend?
As far as I can see, canvas will look more realistic (like this is a painting on canvas due to facture and special print colors), you can buy it with frame or find frame later. Last month I've seen some of such prints in Lazarev gallery in Saint-Petersburg, they look lile a oilpaintings indeed but without relief, off course. But if you'd like to have a print for, maybe, office or smth like that, where is prefereble to have a flat picture under glass with laconic modern frame or paspartu, I guess, photoprint fits more.
Hope my thoughts will be useful.
Have a nice day!
Thank you very much for your reply.
I would really like to pick the canvas-version, but some of the picture i cropped off. Is it possible to change that?
As I can see, proportions of the print are non-changeble. I guess, they depend on available standart frames or paper formats. But as I looked through, the "Gallery Wrapped" Option has the most suitable proportions. To make size choice I just added some new sizes to this option.