Zbrush likeness practice

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Painterly sketch


New website!

Hello friends!

I have a very important announcement to make!

I’ve just launched my gallery website – http://www.hexadart.com

Check it out! I made it so you can view all my art, grouped by projects, in a straight fashion, in a very friendly and direct display. There will also be links to my online shops where you can get prints and thsirts! I’m still working on that, but it’s going to happen very soon! Isn’t that great? I know I am excited!

As for this blog, don’t worry, it’s not going anywhere! I want to introduce something new: I’ll be writing articles about art, digital painting and in general the things that motivate me to do what I do, the way I do it. As for my daily activity and updates on what i’m doing and what I am working on, Instagram and Facebook are the key words! So make sure you are following me there too:

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hexad_art/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mariusandrei.art

Artstation: https://www.artstation.com/artist/neurotik

Well, that’s about it! I’ll see you soon 😉


Here it is – the motherload! Available in 3 color variants! Soon on your walls, on your iphones, on your tshirts and in your hearts!






Black and white composition sketches

Black and white composition sketches, done using some models from 3d warehouse. The scenes were built in 3d and then enhanced in Photoshop. Super useful sometimes!







I named this piece Locustus. It started as a relaxing sketch that was supposed to take around 2-3 hours. So nothing to polished or fancy, just a vehicle for me to play with color and mood. The shapes started in symmetry. But as I was painting I noticed that it had more potential if I add some movement and not just shapes. But man… i had to solve a lot of construction problems! And the decision of making arms holding ‘something’ proved to be … uninspired in the later stages of the painting because I couldn’t decide what the hell is this guy holding. I could have put more time in it but my policy of no-more-than-8-hours-per-daily-paintings slapped me out of that though

Here are some wip’s. See the progress!