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    Smile A quick 30 min. Face & hair study.

    I did this in photoshop using mainly the paintbrush tool. Some airbrush. I would have liked to have used painter, but I don't have it. Man I would love to have it. Oh well




    C&C welcome

    Last edited by I.was.ink; December 8th, 2002 at 11:15 PM.
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    this is very pretty. not much c and c, I just enjoy the look of it.

    its very pleasant.

    high sensual quality.

    sex is for cookies.
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    hey thanks for the comment. Nices comment I've ever gotten. You made my day!!!

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    DS Illustration
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    its easy, and will improve your piece greatly."
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    very nice and simple id love to see how you got such smooth skin i use ps and have a hell of a time blending

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    My compliments as well. I especially like the difference between the hair and the skin. How did you do the breast and neck? Give me a hint..

    DM

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    You know what came to my mind when I saw this? "Realistic Manga Style" - I've never seen such in b/w before. Give us more!

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    Wow, thanks your guys. I feel So happy reading your comments

    Ummm... to answer your question. I used the airbrush and big brushes to get that smooth look on her neck and such. I first start off with a medium color to set the tone and then come back in with a darker color until it gets dark enough. Once the darkest color is done. I come back in with a lighter color for the contrast

    U know the funny part, the white sparkle in her eye was done by accident. The reference doesn't have that. I moved across my wacom and out came that dot.

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    Really nice image - especially the hair and skin tone. I'd like to see more detail in the face, but that doesn't mean it's not great the way it is. Keep it up!

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    hey thanks

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    DS Illustration
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    No one complains about life drawing,
    so take a photo.
    its easy, and will improve your piece greatly."
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    wow, this is great. i especially love the contrast between him/her and the black background. that kinda stuff is hard to do and you pulled it off.

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    I'm wishin that I had painter too... someday we'll have it...

    I like the composition a lot and the use of the simple photoshop brushes... keep up the good work.. I like how the face is really hidden.. I would even like to see it hidden more with shadows cast from that thick hair...

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    Wow, thanks sammy and the rest. Yeah someday i'll have painter. I feel inspired to do another one. So here I go and I'll post it later tonight. (if finished tonight, I don't even know what I'm going to do yet.):confused:

    but here I goes

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    You said this was a face and hair study, but I must know. From what? Photograph?

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    Yeah, a pic I found on the net.

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    its easy, and will improve your piece greatly."
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    I love the softness you achieved. Great job.

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    Thanks mindcandy

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    DS Illustration
    "Get reference.
    There is nothing wrong with using a photo to help you see things.
    No one complains about life drawing,
    so take a photo.
    its easy, and will improve your piece greatly."
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