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August 18th, 2006 #1
The Judgement of the Daemon. (traditional Painting)
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
You can see the W.I.P of this painting here
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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.
August 18th, 2006 #3
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....
August 18th, 2006 #4
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!
Life is a promise
August 18th, 2006 #5
- Dan Dos Santos
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i dont know if it is the varnish or what but it just dulls the contrast ever so slightly.
August 18th, 2006 #7
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...
August 18th, 2006 #8
What ammount of time you spend on this? Just curious.
August 19th, 2006 #9Originally Posted by v0rbiss
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.