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November 5th, 2005 #1Registered User
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Anyone looking to bring their sketches to life?
I am currently looking to work with a sketch artist to further inhance his/her sketches with adobe photoshop cs. I will add realism, color, inhacented shadow and lighting to scenes, concept cars and characters. If anyone is interested you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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November 5th, 2005 #2
People would be more willing (or less willing) to do this if you posted some sample works. Otherwise this just looks like spam. Just a suggestion
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November 6th, 2005 #3
I have to say that this is brilliant! If you can inhacent people's shadow and lighting, this is going to absolutely take off. I hope you've already lined up a personal assistant and a CPA, because with a business model like this, you'll be bigger than aglets and fire-proof pajamas!
Oh, dang it! I just realized: this is a web site where people want to get better at art, not have other people do it for them.
Shoot. You were so close to having a really good idea. That close. You know, you could go over to the Harley forum and offer to ride people's motorcylces for them. That would be cool, too.
I'm sure there's also a market for closing the deal on successful dates. B'ow-chicka-b'ow-b'ow
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November 6th, 2005 #5
At first I thought this thread was going to be something about "Weird Science".
But.. I, too. Have a brilliant idea. Everyone can draw, and color thier own sketches
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November 6th, 2005 #8
How would adding shadow bring it to life? From the sounds of it it'd crapify it.
Nice edit n0fish.
November 6th, 2005 #9
"There is no such thing as 'accurate drawing'. There is beautiful
drawing, and ugly, and nothing else." JAD Ingres, Ecrits sur l'art
November 6th, 2005 #10
w00t to n0fish, resident truthsayer.
Originally Posted by Thunder Doom
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November 6th, 2005 #12
While I kinda doubt that this is anything but a way to rip people's art off, I also think that it would be rather beneficial for a professional to do a paintover of some of my work. If he really can bring some of my images to life, then I'd love to see how he would do it and learn off it. Paintovers are helpful as fuck
November 6th, 2005 #13Originally Posted by aesir