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December 9th, 2008 #1
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December 9th, 2008 #3
Welcome to CA. Like the little bits of textures on the head, also the design. The lighting looks accurate too... have to agreed with FourTonMantis, it's simply sick!.
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December 9th, 2008 #4
So far, I don't see any flaws. In other words, great job; and I would like to see much more from you.
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January 6th, 2009 #8
Not that I am necessarily one to be giving critiques but...the lighting on the Cthulhu creature seems a little off. It reads to me that he is lit from the front right and back left. Nonetheless, it looks great.
I second muzzoid's suggestion.
I'll keep an eye out for your posts. Good luck.
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January 9th, 2009 #9
FourTonMantis, heavyflash, FightingSeraph, Iddi - Thank you kind gentlemen!!!
Muzziod - Thanks! I'll give it a shot, read the tutorial on edge sharpness here, very helpful. I am almost ready to give up on Photoshop, I feel like it's painting me into a corner artisticly. Haha... Lame Seriously, I'm hating how my pieces always come out looking so stiff. Like those zombies, they look like they could be real... real shitty rubber Halloween masks. I'm hoping painter and a shit ton of practice helps.
IMBass - Thanks! Art is for everyone, so anyone can give a critique. I agree that the lighting isn't accurate. I was imagining a 3 light setup that's often used in photography and cinematography; a fill, rim and main light. But I was in a hurry and probably didn't do it accurately. I intend to finish that one at some point and I will fix it.
This was intended for the Bettie Page CHOW but I had to leave for the holidays before I could finish. Rather than let it sit on my hard drive forever, I thought I'd share what I'd finished. It's my first real attempt at Painter. I was shooting for an Elvgren style, and so in his honor I will give not one, but two cheesy titles - Artist's Anatomy (Bedtime Story)
January 9th, 2009 #10
Good stuff, your understanding of colour and texture is really top notch!
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January 12th, 2009 #11
PeNcIl ReBeLlIoN - Thanks for saying so! I don't know if I agree, I feel like I need to improve a lot. It's a curse and a blessing to never be content.
Here's some B&W work. One piece each (roughly) from the last 6 years, newest to oldest. Off to paint 'Bridgeman'.
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great studies and the beast riders are so cool
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