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    My first try at stippling - time lapse video. Thoughts and suggestions?

    I started stippling after taking an art class in college that introduced me to the art form. This is my third attempt, and I took a time lapse video to show my process. Please share your thoughts. I just want to improve.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e5ZCjSuUaKU
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    My god that looks time consuming. My question is how did you arrive at such a precise construction, is it traced or drawn with perspective techniques?
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    Yes it's extremely time consuming, but I like it because you can correct your errors easily and make changes midway through. I had it drawn up on a separate piece of paper and used a light box to trace it through.
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    Your capability is impressive on the technical side of things but I wish you would shed more info on why you decided on this composition and what was your goal beyond testing your skills?
    I'm not trying to be an asshole , I'm just asking because it looks like a realistic car on a white background and kinks + distortions aside, something similar to the end result can be accomplished by digitally processing a photo using special filters.
    so I just don't get it?
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    I just enjoy creating vehicles. It is a replica of an existing car. I actually work in the prototype department for a major car manufacturer, so I enjoy working with the design and creation side of things. I've though about adding shadows or even a background but I'm new to that form of detail.
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    If it's a hobby then fair enough it's pretty hard to say your doing anything wrong. However speaking as a member of this art comunity i would find it much more interesting seeing a video of your construction techniques. I know that may have been the opposite of what you may have thought but yeah, I'm currently trying to improve my freehand perspective and would find the pre-rendering of this video very interesting if you could do a demonstration of that.
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    I will consider doing that for my next work.
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    Should I add a background. Make things a little more realistic?
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    good grief. it's a 3 minute video. How about just posting the image?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alice Herring View Post
    good grief. it's a 3 minute video. How about just posting the image?
    It's just his work in progress, you can skip to the end:
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    Yeah sorry, I just thought the process was important to show.
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