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February 22nd, 2006 #1
here is an oil painting i did based on the book 'The Golden Compass'
I hope You Enjoy!
Edit: I fixed some of the areas, like the Glow, her face, and the mountains. Thank everyone.
Last edited by poise; February 26th, 2006 at 11:23 PM.
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WOw, Tiff that looks great!!!! I love the sky.. a bit of aroua borealis huh!!! great job.. congrats
Mainloop- man i must be dyslexic.. cuz i thought you asked how many people are on lsd
February 22nd, 2006 #3
February 22nd, 2006 #4
That's gorgeous!... your identity crisis confused me for a sec there, but all is well now...
February 22nd, 2006 #5
Awesome! I love the contrast of painterly strokes with the rendering in the face.
February 22nd, 2006 #6
The head proportion compared to the body is bothering me slightly, also the fur hood is too much on the large side.
Aside from that it is well executed, would be best if those two things were addressed though.
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February 22nd, 2006 #7
February 22nd, 2006 #8
If I were to crit, I'd say the face looks a little bit old...It makes her look like a short adult. Just a little more softness and you can bring back her youth a bit. But honestly, this is a great piece!! I love the dogs! Nice color...Great mood, sweet _and_ apprehensive.
February 22nd, 2006 #9
Tiffany GREAT JOB!
Look at you, using thick impastos at the bottom of the painting...man...I am really impressed. I love the detail at the bottom of her coat...gorgeous touch.
I gotta see this in person.
I might have added more snow up in the sky...it's suggested (very tastefully I might add) towards the bottom, but snow generally falls from the sky (wise ass remark..sorry )
If I were to be really really picky...I might have neutralized some sections of her coat, so it's not all so warm toned. This might help that great face pop out more, especially if you added some greys around the fur in hood. I'm being really nit-picky now..cause I love ya and I know you are just gonna become like..the best illustrator ever
February 22nd, 2006 #10Originally Posted by Irene Gallo
February 22nd, 2006 #11
hey! that's great! the only crit I have would be that the mountainy areas in the back could use a bit more atmospheric perspective, just softening the edges and making them slightly bluer and less saturated than the foreground. I think you did really well with the snow, that's a beast to paint!
February 22nd, 2006 #12
T !! Sweet work! I saw you working on this. I'd watch for hours, hahahha. it was great.
This turned out really well. Especially the tones on the face.
You owe me a print!! I want this!
See ya later, sliceballz!!!
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February 22nd, 2006 #13I gotta see this in person.
Just what I was thinking!
Last edited by Elwell; February 22nd, 2006 at 06:09 PM.
February 22nd, 2006 #14Originally Posted by loomer
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February 22nd, 2006 #15
February 22nd, 2006 #16
Good job, Tiff. This is the first oil of yours I've seen that really delivers on the promise of the drawing. See what you can get the paint to do when you take your time?
Now, take a moment to bask in all the adulation...
then do a better one.
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February 22nd, 2006 #17
Wow, I remember reading this book at one point or another. The cover for it was less than interesting and it really didn't tell you anything about the book. This, however, does an excellent job of giving insight into the book without revealing too much of the story. Wonderful work.
February 22nd, 2006 #18
Dont know tha book, but i like this!!
"FAIL, FAIL AGAIN, FAIL BETTER"
February 22nd, 2006 #19
That is Awsome Poise! You've got the emotion captured just perfectly.
^keep me going by visiting my sketchbook^
February 22nd, 2006 #20
Holy shit Tiffany, this is great! I love the dogs faces, whincing at the cold wind. So nice.
February 22nd, 2006 #21
like elwell said:
this one delivers!
i think it looks better than the drawing, even.
so much good stuff i dont know where to begin.
i do think this will be a landmark piece for you, tiff.
i expect great things from this point on.
GREAT job photographing the piece.
i dont think i could have done better myself!
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February 22nd, 2006 #22
Great stuff Tiffany. Amazing oils. All the crits that I had has already been brought up.
Can't wait to see the next.
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Dude im re-reading this book you should do one of the panzerbojrne. Iorek. hes awesome! lol good job.
February 22nd, 2006 #24
February 22nd, 2006 #25
Thank you everyone for taking a look, and all your awesome responses as well as Crits.
Vigo:Thank you Rob!
Arkady: WOOO! HOO! yes I KNOW!! hahah!
glikster: haha! what identity Crisis? haha! Thank you Sir.
Tenelaus: Thank you! This is what i wanted, it feels good that it is noticed,
evildisco: Thank you Evildisco. I will take note for next time,
Poshspice:Thank you Posh. I love those book also, They are great! I'm Glad your felt refreshed, hehe. You are awesome!
Irene:AH!! wow! thank you for taking the time to comment and crit. Irene. You make a good point. It will be fixed. You can see it in person whenever you like Irene, I will be Honoured!
Scott: HAHA! I LOVE YOU!!! You know I did put more snow in the sky, but I took it out, because I felt it took away from her and everything else, too much little tiney things catching attention. There is a wind blowing from grown up. I do need to get better with my Color I agree. Hopefully it will come with time. Thank you Scott for being such a nice and supportive friend. You make me *Blush*. Come on by here whenever you want, we can paint together,
cotron:Thank you Sir. I will take into account your crit. thank you for taking the time to post,
Interceptor: HAHA! yes you did watch but I don't think you could see much, haha. thank you spring flower, you touch my heart! I will print this for you because you are my special friend with special needs, and you are the coolest ever. I LOVE YOU!!
Asoir: thank you!!
Elwell:LOLOLOLOL!! nice choice of words, haha! Thank you Sir. you are very kind. "then do a better one." This is my plan,
Nexus:Thank you!! that was a really nice comment.
rWDrk:It's a very cool book. Thank you for the nice words.
Break.... I'm a smiley face , ok continue....
Xpose:Hey man, Thank you very much!!
strych9ine:WHOO HOO! Your the Shit!! hehe thank you Friend,
DSillustration:LOLOL!!! you where just waiting for that. I think actually.. if you took the picture you might have screwed it up, and not have taken the needed precise action to make it this pristine and perfect hahah!
Man thank you sooooo much!! I really appreciate evrything you do for me, and all the ecouragement. I will be looking forward to my new present in a few months. Yeah thats right I need time. haha! YOUR AWESOME!!!!
romance:Thank you Sir. you steal my heart!! You rock!!
Thanks again everyone!!!
February 22nd, 2006 #26
woo its done tiff
I love it
my only real problem is the face, I really loved the face in the sketch, this face looks a bit older(has a bit of a resemblance to you i'd say ).
now hurry up and make another painting for us
February 22nd, 2006 #27
post this sketch that everyone's talking about! couldn't find it in your sketchbook.....
I love the snow and fur on the poor wolves
February 22nd, 2006 #28
love it, gorgeous painting. Looking foward to see more oil paintings from you.
February 22nd, 2006 #29
Well I can't see any other crits to add. This is a fantasitic painting, and the moth really helps push it into a fantasy world. Great job.
February 23rd, 2006 #30
wonderful rendering, wonderful colors.
she`s just adorable and the dogs are beautifuly done too.
the aurora borealis back there is just too damn good.
2 crits -
the head of the girl seems too big in relation to the rest of her.
(or maybe her legs are too short, dunno...)
the projection coming from the compass seem too solid for a light projecting, and it lacks brightness and radiancy.