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    The Panic Station

    Hello all, this is my first outing on the site. Long time fan of all the work here so thought it would be nice to become a member of the community

    I'll be posting all my finished pieces here so hopefully you'll want to check back

    This is a painting I did for my father's 50th Birthday from the series Mad Men.

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    The Panic Station

    I hope to find some time for more paintings soon, but in the mean time, I hope you enjoy my work and thanks for taking time out to view

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    what media ru using ? painter ?

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    juliuslim - I used Photoshop for this. Custom brushes mostly. In future I want to look using Painter though, but for now, I use what I know

    Thanks for checking out my work guys

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    Very nice piece of work.

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    Is that girl in the picture single? ;P
    I really like this a lot...


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    +1 for Mad Men. ^_^

    Love the brush strokes.. for some reason the composition bothers me, but I can't place what exactly.. It just feels incomplete. Other than that, brilliant.

    Please, help me improve by visiting my sketchbook and kicking me in the ass! ^_^

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    Yeah I know what you mean about the composition - although it's based on a promotional photo shoot they did, and I remember thinking the same thing - but, that said, it spoke enough for me to want to give it a shot in paint

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    Yeah, really beautiful work. I actually really like the composition. It's a great portrait of the sexual power she has. The looming architecture in the background creates a dark and structured environment. She is a flame gliding through that, She knows how she attracts men and she enjoys the power that gives her. You have her in the centre of a triangle of men and she is in complete control of all of them. The characters are hyper real, totally believable. I like your rendering style too. It's reminding me of those great painted movie posters for Indiana Jones and Star Wars from the 80's. The whole thing is great.

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    Thank you Scott. Saying the rendering style reminds you of those things is a massive compliment as they have always been a huge inspiration to me!! Made my day - Thank you

    I'm hoping to do a film poster project soon, either for a great 80's movie or a movie that had a terrible poster that deserved something better...

    I'm open to suggestions people!

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