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    Faces and Figures

    My goal is to make stylized pictures of clothed people, like fashion illustrations or costume illustrations for the theater, but my eventual goal is for fine art.
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    Hive minD: Thanks for the look. I will try to post all my pictures here.
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    These are all Photoshop images of imaginary people. I am not trying for realism right now, but for stylized people like in the first batch, only better. Also, I need to do a lot more basic studies like spheres and blocks, Bridgman figures, etc.
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    The class assignment was to paint greyscale from a photo (left) and then in color (middle). There wasn't enough contrast, so I boosted it in Photoshop (right)
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    Another assignment was to paint eyes from a photo (left). Again, I played around with it in Photoshop (right).
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    Finally, some hands in pencil, colored in Photoshop.
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    BTW, any comments or crits would be welcome and greatly appreciated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dael Wolf View Post
    These are all Photoshop images of imaginary people. I am not trying for realism right now, but for stylized people like in the first batch, only better. Also, I need to do a lot more basic studies like spheres and blocks, Bridgman figures, etc.
    did you use reference?
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    Clodioz: They were from reference, meaning that I looked at several photos but didn't try for likeness.

    Some more from reference:
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    Using a Poser model:
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    Without reference:
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