Tuomas Korpi is a Finnish illustrator and matt painter who, like many in his field, paints digitally in Photoshop.
His site has little or no biographical information, but has a number of his paintings arranged into genres. I found the work most interesting in the Illustrations section, which includes a variety of subjects including digital still life, and the Sketches section, which includes both briefly noted and more complete digital paintings, as well as some pieces in traditional medial like pastel and gouache.
Despite the lack of other information, he includes the titles of the works and notes the medium, and you can find more detailed comments for individual works on his space at CGSociety, where you will also find some of his pieces reproduced in higher resolution.
Korpi has an effective approach to controlled color and atmospheric perspective that gives his work, even those pieces that are more quickly suggested, a feeling of place and mood.
He has two process videos on YouTube, and has generously made his Photoshop brushes available for download from his Sketches page.
There is a brief interview with Korpi on Dark Wolf’s Fantasy Reviews, in which he expresses a particular admiration for 19th Century Finnish painter Albert Edelfelt..
3 Replies to “Tuomas Korpi”
Great Works Guy.
I always enjoy to see this kind of approach to traditional digital painting.
I love these.
Tuomas works for Pinata.fi and is one of the best finnish concept artist. There are only a few at his level here in Finland and it is great to see him get recognition.
Thank you for the post Charley!
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