Roy Scheider portrait in an hour

This afternoon I gave myself an hour to do a digitally painted portrait, just to see what I could manage given the time constraint. I want to do more of this kind of work after using this process for my Hobo With a Shotgun and Drive posters. I completed this in 58 minutes, despite being interrupted by a phone call. Rock n’ roll.

I knew right away who I wanted to paint, the main character from my favourite movie. Chief Martin Brody from JAWS, played by the late Roy Scheider, based on a frame from the movie just after the shark’s big reveal.


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12 responses to “Roy Scheider portrait in an hour”

  1. Hirs Avatar

    Wonderful !
    Please, if you have the time, put a quick tutorial – how to do that :)
    Cheers!

  2. james Avatar

    Don’t think I’ll do a tutorial on this sort of thing. There’s so much trial and error in getting the strokes and tones right that the process actually breaks down. A lot of instinct … and screwing up.

  3. Hugo Avatar
    Hugo

    It’s super nice! Great motive!

  4. Leukocyt Avatar

    Not bad, especially considering the time restrains. Might give something like that a try. I haven’t been doing any digital painting in a while. :)

  5. Ter Avatar
    Ter

    Awesome – love the painting and the subject. Classic and 58 minutes? Good show sir :)

  6. spaceprophet Avatar
    spaceprophet

    Oh cool! Love it, love it! Are you gonna give any of this one away do ya think?

  7. John Avatar
    John

    Awesome painting of the my fav actor as well. Sweet work James. Are you giving it away by any chance?

  8. Nick Avatar

    GREAT JOB DUDE!

    Love it! – the color palette rocks!

  9. Wes Avatar

    From one fan of the movie to the other, this thing RULES. I knew instantly the scene this was taken from. Nice work!

  10. Patryk Cichocki Avatar

    this looks very retro, great set of colors

  11. SmedleyX Avatar
    SmedleyX

    We’re gonna need a bigger boat!

  12. Michael Avatar

    it’s incredible that you get this done in less than one hour! I can’t imagine myself to draw something like this in full working day, so I am really impressed!

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