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    master copy WIP

    I've been working on this master copy. I did a drawing of it a few months ago and thought I should try and paint it in Painter8. I still have a ways to go on it, but I figured I should jsut post a WIP. Any comments/crits would be helpful!

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    coming along nicely so far!

    hard to tell though in what direction you should go, what is the original so we can compare

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    Originally posted by endregan
    coming along nicely so far!

    hard to tell though in what direction you should go, what is the original so we can compare
    I'm not really going for an EXACT (or as close as possible) master copy. I just really like the painting, so I thought I would try it out for myself.

    I'm unsure of the name, I think it might be called "Richard Burton" but it is by Lord Frederick Leighton.

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    My only comment would be, if you can help it, do it with real oils. Leighton,alma-tadema, bouggereau,etc. all work in glazes, and slowly built up their paintings. I don't know anything about digital stuff, so i don't know if you can do that. Maybe keep creating new layers? As far as the acutal drawing goes, i think its looking really nice. The nose may be a touch long, and i mean slight. But i dunno. And the far eye is looking a little funny right now. But its a wip, so maybe you just haven't gotten to it yet. But yeah, oils man. The real deal.

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    Yeah, Im planning on doing it in real oils later. I don't think I'm good enough to do a good attempt yet.

    As fas as my WIP, yeah, I've only really worked on the nose and the closest eye.. I still need to rework the forehead/cheack and other eye and tighten up the ear...

    alot of work ahead of me in that pic :o

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    Ah, cool. I knew he did a p[astel of this painting, but I didn't know he posted a process of it! :cool:

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