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    bdvirtualreality's paintovers (moved from FF)

    This is a digital painting done in photoshop, thinking of the Old Nawabs that use to live in India in 18th and 19th centuries
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    Million dollar smile

    This is a portrait of an old farmer inn India giving a pretty smile.
    This painting is done in photoshop using wacom bamboo.
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    The Dance Of Life

    This is the artwork done to study female anatomy and light. i used photoshop to paint this.
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    Can you link to the reference useed?
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    amazing
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    It's nice overall, but the way you've handled the edges on the figure it feels a little like a cut our paper doll. I'd recommend revising the edge work.
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    I agree about the edges. Also, the shadows right were feet meet floor need to be darker.
    Otherwise, very nice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandeepbarot View Post
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    I don't think most folks around here are amazed by directly traced/colorpicked pics, no matter how competently they may be done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Truepinkas View Post
    It's nice overall, but the way you've handled the edges on the figure it feels a little like a cut our paper doll. I'd recommend revising the edge work.

    I agree. The edges are giving me a really odd feeling. I see the process, but the edges make me feel like it was cut out of another image.
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    The lighting isn't working that well either imo. The lighting direction is wrong and the colors and values don't look right.
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    This one is traced straight from the photo. Cmon man
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    Really graceful
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    Yeah, the edges are bothering me too.
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