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It's been half a year since I posted something in the finished sections so I thought I'd finally pour these new ones off my chest.
A painting I did with Photoshop in the summer. Took me forever though I skedaddled from making the background as she seems to look the best on black. Head details: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...headdetail.jpg
My personal favourite so far:
A Laplandish landscape painted from that photo of mine: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...l/Valokuva.jpg
I should probably add something to the right side of this one... Statue details without snow: http://photobucket.com/albums/v216/s...nt=Patsas2.jpg
Comments much appreciated
Last edited by smuli; September 16th, 2005 at 11:38 AM.
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Ok, sorry about it... now they should work better.
In the hope of getting comments for the pictures themselves, I'll bump this with a CCG pic I made yesterday:
Strong point, you know where your light comes from and you are coherent about it.
Weak point, sometimes, there doesn't seem to be a human body in the clothes your are painting. The axe bearing arm of the sitting guy is a good exemple, did you draw the guy naked before putting that tunic on his? The arm doesn't seem to connect to the shoulder.
Thanks a lot for the feedback, Gitsune... great to hear you like my lightings.
I did draw him naked ( http://www.deviantart.com/view/21730649/ ) but I drew him wrong... The torso is too long and that affected his right upper arm to be as well. That's probably what causes the problem, plus perhaps my poor skills in painting folds in clothes... I should probably try practicing from a model.The axe bearing arm of the sitting guy is a good exemple, did you draw the guy naked before putting that tunic on his? The arm doesn't seem to connect to the shoulder.