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July 28th, 2010 #924
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July 28th, 2010 #925
Wow! I leave for a couple of months and come back to this?? Loving the colors on this one.
(Sorry, TAS. Not demeaning your crit but I haven't been here in a while...)
Last edited by NicG; July 28th, 2010 at 04:49 PM.
July 29th, 2010 #926
The William Etty's Bun Fight study looks a bit muted too me. I'm not sure how the original painting looks though.
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July 29th, 2010 #927
Thanks for all the comments guys. I will be getting back to it, but I've been busy storyboarding my animation.
ThomasM, yes, they are all digital. Raffix, I might manage it this year. Karyl, I just use a round brush, but I do vary the opacity. My software doesn't have brush like PS, but I know you can import some of them. TAS, thanks for your effort. Pigeonkill, the picture is made up of 10 different studies, which were all painted in daylight. It was only loosely based on them. If you Google William Etty, you might be able to spot them vaguely.
July 30th, 2010 #928
Ahhh, very nice SB
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August 1st, 2010 #929
you are working with colors very good they are used wisely in your drawings , but it will be better if you use some lights , a single light from single source is grate for beginning .
August 1st, 2010 #930
Time to get back to doing backgrounds for my animation. I've realised that I need tons more and some I've done aren't suitable at all.
Starting with bits of London that are not on the tourist trail - council estates. These are all from the same estate, which is being knocked down thank goodness; it's totally soulless.
All done with vectors and referenced from Google Street View.
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August 2nd, 2010 #931
you have some really nice pieces up. i truly like your usages of colors and your creations of texture and lighting. there is a lot of expression in your paintings as well, even when you are copying famous works. i would say though, that there seems to be something "unreal" about your faces. i can't quite place what the issue is, but i find your faces are lacking that certain umph that makes them human, but this is just my opinion.
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August 3rd, 2010 #932
very good , it could be better if you add shadows and lights , your colors are good and so realistic .
August 3rd, 2010 #933
Wow, those are awesome! A bit subdued at first, but the sense of light and play of perspective is very evocative. You say they're soulless, and it's really emphasized in the work, yet there's a soul at work in the painting of them. I can see how all the painting studies influenced these. Great concrete textures, also. Got any more animation tests to show?
August 3rd, 2010 #934
I've very impressed with your backgrounds, especially the first one. It's delightfully complex and I just like moving my eye all around it. I think the colors you used for these really make the backgrounds seem very open.
I hope you are proud of these.
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August 3rd, 2010 #935
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August 3rd, 2010 #936
I'm glad you are working the animations again. I love all the different textures in these!
- Pixie Trick,
- Black Spot,
- Frida Bergholtz,
- Marian Rowling,
- Marcus Aseth,
- The Colorado Kid,
- Alex DL,
- Mr Tokoloshe,
- Kelvin Liew,
- Cavallo Beige,
- Dimi Line,
- Stephen H,
- Christof simons,
- Principe Daemoniorum,
- Douglas Deri,
- Airi Kervinen,
- Almaz Sharipov,
- jeep ereson,