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Thread: Jefe's portraits--a history
October 13th, 2004 #1
Jefe's portraits--a history
okay not the really old ones...i posted those a long while back
in no particular order (except for the end, newer ones)
thanks for your time
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no reply !? i find your SPs very interessant ,above all your last , Keep drawing!
October 15th, 2004 #3
thanks yeah i don't get too many replies. meh, it's cool
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looking good over all. have yout tried painting any or ya just sticking to drawing?
i especially like the 8th one from the top. good intensity of expression...
October 24th, 2004 #5
i have painted some, but not lately. unfortunately, i have yet not figured out a way to scan them.
October 24th, 2004 #6
About scanning pics bigger than the scanner (not to big though)...you could scan the painting in segments then use like ps or microsoft image composer or the like, to put the segments togheter. The tricks are
1:scan the segments so you could overlap them, that way there will be no line between the segments meaning scan a bigger part than you would use in the finished pic.
2: when scanning make sure that you scan the different segments in the same angle. This is easy when one is using paper since you could use the edge of the scanner (where the glass ends and the plastic part begins) to get the paper in the same angle. It's harder if you are using a canvas especially if it has that "wooden frame" then you need like something outside the scanner to fill that function like e.g a really big and heavy book.
3: zoom in a lot while putting them togheter.
If my explanation is to bad I could take some pics that help explain what I try to explain.
PS: the easiest way is to get your hands on digital camera.
My sketchbook flawed to the max page 5
Ps:Hope you understand my English.
Remember my advices taste best with a grain of salt.
October 24th, 2004 #7
yeah i;ve done a bit of scanner mixing, but it's annoying.
and i have a digitial camera, i just sucks. i need a new one
October 30th, 2004 #8