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    Leopard Moon - Pierangelo Boog

    Painted in ArtRage 2.5, 300 dpi, DinA3

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    Great job.

    All I'd suggest is a little more definition to the woman's midriff - the area from hip to bosom is a little flat in comparison to the rest of her right now.

    From a personal point of view, I think it would be good to see a little more of the colour variation you've worked into the rock applied to the characters. Just punching the saturation here and there would add some interest, but I think a few dabs of complimentary colour would get the skin tones singing.

    I enjoyed 'The Cave' too. ( Same model? ) Looking forward to seeing more..!

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    That is so gorgeous. I have to agree with Matt that yea I think she needs a bit more definition on her chest, like her face which is spectacular. Beautiful.

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    Truly a remarkable piece PB!!!

    I do think that Matt has brought up some very well thought of points though. Otherwise the pic is incredible!!

    The cat is awesome and the composition is extraordinaire. Yes a definite “FRAZETTA” feel to your work. That is something that I really like seeing, and you are creating an impressive amount of punch power in your art. Don’t know if this, or your earlier post are for someone or just for yourself but I do say that the art is very eye catching and would do well in attracting the attention of viewers if it were the cover of a book or magazine.

    Enjoyed the image very much.

    Bruce Pluto

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    Thank you, Matt, Para and Bruce!
    I self has think during the work progression that I want a bit
    more 2D in the middle of the torso, to give the skintones more
    pepper. The good thing is that I can toing this easely why it is digital,
    and experiment with no desaster results.
    But now Im bisi with comercial work, must pay my bills, you knows...

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    Holy....wow. You know, I kept looking at this and was mostly convinced that it was an oil painting before I read your description. This is a beautiful digital painting. I would love to be able to paint digitally like this. Great job!

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    The cat is incredible! Just out of curiosity how large is the image?

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    I really like it. It's like an homage to Frazzeta. I only somewhat agree with the "more detail" on her mid section --try it out and re post. I almost would like you to get rid of the bones and skull-for me they don't really enhance the stroy or add anything to the piece--if anything "for me" they detract from the focal point of the girl and the Lepard.

    Great job on the girl and Lepard-on 2nd look her mid section is a bit blown out.
    Cheers

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    Blas Gallego, Frank Frazetta and Boris Vallejo. This reminds me of stuff that each of them has done. A nice piece.

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    Thank you, Murr, Simon, Steven and Dahami for take a look and coments.
    Simon: The size is Din A3, 300dpi, painted in ArtRage 2.5.

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    Very nice job - I particularly like the colour scheme and how you have handled the forshortened arm amd balanced it with the gesture of the big cat.
    My only crit is the globe they are sitting on - The forms and their shadows upon it suggest a certain movement of the surface which the globe does not properly relate to.

    From Gegarin's point of view
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    Believe it ore not; after my last coment here I was on your treath looking your
    special stile in your works. It remembers me at mural paintings "Fresco" like you
    draw the big abstract composition and using the colors.I like the transparenty in your paint work. Your little secret is that you dont
    use white higlights, and that gives the painting a deep dimension like in music. You know mabybe
    Diego Rivera.
    Well, never have think that somebody crits the hill in Leopard Moon. Al I have expect,
    just this not.But, as whe see, al its posible here on CA. Thanks for your visit and hope to discover more of your works!

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