The Incredible Digital Paintings of Serge Birault
Today, we are featuring the work of Serge Birault. Birault is a French digital painter with a stunning portfolio. Most of Birault's work features the same theme; sexy, naughty, wicked, and often armed women. Please take a moment to review some of Birault's amazing work and enjoy!
This piece was a gift for Maria Gibson and features a model riding a reflective pig while holding a whip with an apple attached to it.
Maria Gibson makes another appearance in Birault's work but this time she's dressed as a "Space Chick," sitting on a shiny squid.
This piece features Bambi, a characher that Birault did for 2D Artist Magazine. In this piece Bambi is sitting on a tank, dressed as a sexy tank commander.
This piece was done for a poker website. Lots of details were added to the money.
This image was created from a refrence photo of Irina Sheik. You can see a tutorial of the steps here.
This image is a Steampunk version of Birault's favorite super hero.
This painting was done for a cover for Subabysse II, an RPG game.
This image is a caricature of Vamp Nadine, a model from the Netherlands.
This image was Birault's contribution to the Caricaturama Showdown 3000.
This piece was a concept for a comic book character that Birault worked on.
This piece was an RPG character concept inspired by Norman Rockwell's style and tones.
This is a caricature of the beautiful Gong Li.
This image was the cover of the zombie issue of Imagine FX Magazine.
This piece was done for a pin up exhibition in Paris and Montreal.
This piece was inspired by the work of Rembrandt.
This piece was inspired by the work of Eric Tranchefeux on Rembrandt.
This piece was done for a poker website.
This caricature portrait was commissioned by Rosie Lugosi.
This piece was a gift to Andrew Hickinbottom. You can see how the piece came together here.
Here is another rendering of Bambi riding a space rocket.
This piece is fan art of the 80's german metal band Warlock and their singer, Doro Pesch.
A girl and a chainsaw.
This piece was inspired by the work of Thomas Lawrence's paintings in the National Portrait gallery.
This was done for a cover of the Swedish Magazine, Opus.