Old Style Painting & QuadTych Seasons


Here are some recent paintings in the studio.

1/ Carthage burning: A relook at old styled painting styles and greecian culture

2/ Quadtych Seasons: A panel of four images set in the same location featuring different materials, weather, colour pallete and surface material, for a full applied workout.

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  1. robin chyo says:

    very cool, koshime! i’ve been meaning to do one of these, myself. looks like a lot of of :]

  2. koshime says:

    It was a lot of fun indeed. The best method I find is to paint it as naturalistic as possible. Then add snow and ice, then convert to desert and then autumn

  3. Nice, man… I like how you did the seasonal variations.

  4. liam.c says:

    man every tiem i see u yoru skills jump by x100 thease are really really really fekin great man !

  5. Coz says:

    Very nice! Lovely atmosphere to all of these.

  6. Front says:

    beautiful.. I liked 2nd enviro very much (“warm” winter).

  7. these are really beautiful sir – thanks for sharing!

  8. Awesome! How do you do that?

  9. koshime says:

    Hi guys,

    This was a exercise in painting the same scene with different tones, colours and feels. As such, it is more than just a colour balance. I had to actively, repaint each scene, and set the appropriate colours and research it against reference to get the right colours and tones.

    It made sense to have a red/yellow in a desert scene for example, and subsequently, it made sense to fill in the lake with the sand and so on.

    I really enjoyed this, and will work up other scenes as well

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