These are both so, so beautiful, but I'm especially enthralled by the first painting. Thank you for sharing such fantastic work. :)
Gorgeous pieces. I really love the motifs you've been playing with.
Oh wow, these are so incredible. They are so intriguing... And hey, that first one reminds me a bit of Howl's moving castle, haha. Great work, Tran! Eager to see what else you'll come up with!
I've been waiting for the first piece ever since I saw the concept sketch for it. So glad to see it finished, it's so amazing and elegant. Both works are absolutely fantastic! Can I stick a straw in your brain and suck out your talent? Would...would that work?
I love how you do allways the skind and the hair totally beautiful *__* I really like both of the pictures! <3
Love them both. Thank you again for showing your process.
Both fantastic pieces. Really enjoy your new stuff.
ooooooooooooooooo. i love "When you leave behind a fragmented memory" Keep it up Tran. I hope you had fun in NYC.
Both are beautiful, but that last one is especially striking to me, especially creative!
Love the wings! Both seeping with emotions. Great work, how do you achieve such details with colour pencil?
Great artworks, congrats!
Lots of fun stuff Happening in these illos!!!
These are marvelous
beautiful pieces! i absolutely love your work! i'm a new follower and i can't wait to see more of your work!
Thank you for all the kind comments!Evui: I don't know if that'll work...want to give it a try? haha.Sam: A lot of tedious layers.
I caught myself thinking that I want to draw more to buy this painting =)
Ketka: Thank, it's the thought that counts. :-)
wow, that illustration turned out great man.
Oh, I love the subtle changes in the black feathers and the small geometric rhythm you created in the first one. I kinda don't want to say love twice, but the second its too good to not start of the same...I love the gold tattoo/leaves that are enveloping her body, the way they transform from a dress into her skin...Love, Jules
Thank you Jseverin and Julie!
OOOOOH I love the tiny details!Do you start with a light acrylic painting aned then do color pencils over it?
wow. I love the way that they both are so detailed. They both look similar to art from the late 60's in the way that they are both so symbolic and for lack of a better word, trippy. the only thing separating them from that is the color scheme and detail.
Hello from Spain :)your work is real fantastic for me, I love it, "Sleeping With a Constellation" is ....is..i can´t explain!!KissesSaraSistermoon