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    The Judgement of the Daemon. (traditional Painting)

    Hello,

    A small station with one of my last traditional paintings. Oil
    on fabric to strengthen on wood format: 41 X 23,2 cm.
    Comments and critical welcome.
    Thank you. E.T



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    You can see the W.I.P of this painting here
    http://tranchefeux.over-blog.com/7-c...ie-656475.html

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    man, astonishing details.
    respect for this! i think, i myself would have been totally exhausted after painting all this wicked lil stuff.

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    wow... so much detail... mad props... my only crit could be that the "skin" is very similar in specularity to the armor... I think making a more noticable difference would work better....

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    Amazing amount of detail, but I think the eyes look a little.. empty. It's good that you didnt do the traditional glowing eyes, that daemons usually have on paintings, but I still think you should have done something else then just flat black. Maybe make it reflect the lightning a bit? I think totally black eyes would look cooler than just nothing. Or maybe a goat eye? They really look devilish imho.

    Nice painting anyway, gj!

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    nobody keeps.
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    really impressive!

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    contrast

    i dont know if it is the varnish or what but it just dulls the contrast ever so slightly.

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    Zeichentier: thank you for the comment,

    glikster: thank you for the comment and your remark on the skin
    which is right.

    Kaye; thank you for the comment, for the eyes it is a choice which I
    prefer, I find thus it darker and without apparent feeling leave the
    spectator vis-a-vis with nothing, like a death's-head without life.

    DS illustration: thank you.

    Heat: thank you for the comment, on my screen that seems well for
    contrast, but it is always hard to pass from a real painting then of a
    photograph and in continuation a scanner...

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    Batshit insane!

    What ammount of time you spend on this? Just curious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by v0rbiss
    Batshit insane!

    What ammount of time you spend on this? Just curious.
    For the time spent to the realization of the table, in spite of the
    feeling that that gives it is rather fast say 15 days of taf. except
    concept, this techniques is a little similar to the impressionists,
    but in much finer.

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