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    Angel

    Well this is I guess an introduction and a post for c/c. Hi I'm Kieran! I'm new

    Hope to start posting more as I can post more work.

    Here is something I did in my spare time over monday and tuesday.



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    oh, shit man.. i just checked out your site.. you have some skills..! I hope to see your work around these forums more often... Post some more of your work.. you have plenty of juicy works on your site... And BTW.... welcome to CA.

    Mainloop- man i must be dyslexic.. cuz i thought you asked how many people are on lsd

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    Very good piece! I think the face looks a little flat, particularly in the area of the nose.

    If you are looking for C&C though, you should post your work in the WIP forum and post it in this forum when you won't be doing any more work on it.

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    Cool, thankyou :-)

    I thought I could only post recent work here?

    Nope its all done. I do see the flatness in the face... I'm not sure if it's due to his broad nose... or do you think its lack of depth in general?

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    re: recent work

    You could introduce yourself in the lounge and post some pieces to go with it.

    re: nose

    I think it's more in the bottom of the nose. Almost looks like it's turned upwards compared to the rest of the face. I think it could use a very subtle dark line to define it a bit more. But hey, I'm not nearly as talented an artist nor do I have the means to do a paint-over to show you so I hope you understand what I mean.

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    I like your stuff man. I would love to see some inprogress of a few of those. Welcome to the board.

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    Smashing work Kieran! Superb stuff on your website too! Welcome!

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    Maybe some difference between tones of the wings.

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    Welcome aboard. Awesome work. I checked out your site too...wicked stuff.. Interesting how you use rich vibrant colors and not oversaturate your images. Love to see a tutorial or something.

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    I love the character and the background, but the composition isn't working for me. The character seems to be getting my attention off the canvas rather than stay on the canvas.

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    Nice picture man.. like the painter style and brush strokes.. looks great.

    PS. some amazing work on your website, post some more .

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    Quote Originally Posted by otherside
    re: recent work

    You could introduce yourself in the lounge and post some pieces to go with it.

    re: nose

    I think it's more in the bottom of the nose. Almost looks like it's turned upwards compared to the rest of the face. I think it could use a very subtle dark line to define it a bit more. But hey, I'm not nearly as talented an artist nor do I have the means to do a paint-over to show you so I hope you understand what I mean.
    Ahh! i see what you mean, it really looses definition on the left side of the nose too. I'll have a go at that.

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    I love the character and the background, but the composition isn't working for me. The character seems to be getting my attention off the canvas rather than stay on the canvas.
    That i think is the biggest concern i've had and haven't been able to put it down. The viewer is being forced off the canvas

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    This is a really nice piece. Only thing that stuck out to me was the end of the wings. Close to his back, the feathers look as though they didn't get enough attention. If you wanted the effect to show the wind moving through his feathers, I work work on that a little more. Other than that I really like. Nice job on the feathers in the middle of his wings and overall.

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    Awesome work. your web site work is unreal.
    Shame about the Elijah Wood photo on the front page though..lol

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    This is a really nice piece. Only thing that stuck out to me was the end of the wings. Close to his back, the feathers look as though they didn't get enough attention. If you wanted the effect to show the wind moving through his feathers, I work work on that a little more. Other than that I really like. Nice job on the feathers in the middle of his wings and overall.

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    Thats what I was trying for i have some great reference shots of birds flying but they are guls, so the wings are more stiff, not as fluffed as an eagle or buzzard - so didn't proove much use.

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    Awesome work. your web site work is unreal.
    Shame about the Elijah Wood photo on the front page though..lol

    Oi! Thats me! LOL

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    Wow, man, just wow. Great perspective and refreshing look in this piece. Bravo, I'm sorry not to have any crits for ya!

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    That is a nifty painting you got there. I like the colors in the sky, not typical and it works well. Plus, the main focus is really well apainted. I like the painterly strokes. No real problems accept I'm a little confused by the lighting.

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    Only thing wrong: the right corner thing is too distracting. I assume its a small part of a large ship of some kind. But it draws the eye, fog it up with a cloud effect and desaturate it some to push it in the backround a bit.

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    Those clouds rock. Good anatomy too.

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    Very awesome piece and perspective... It'd be cool IMO to see his wings catch some more of that brilliant yellow in highlight areas....

    Last edited by Kent Caldwell; June 16th, 2005 at 03:50 PM. Reason: clarity
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    nice to see you posting. i like yer work. hope to see more.-c36

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