View Full Version : A couple of portraits of friends
02-11-2003, 03:51 AM
These are a couple of portraits of friends...
This is Mark Hoffman, a CPA
--- Detail 1 (http://www.mojoko.com/show2/port_mark/detail1.jpg) - - --- Detail 2 (http://www.mojoko.com/show2/port_mark/detail2.jpg) - - --- Detail 3 (http://www.mojoko.com/show2/port_mark/detail3.jpg)
...and this is Chef Derek Davis...
--- Detail 1 (http://www.mojoko.com/show2/port_derek/detail1.jpg) - - --- Detail 2 (http://www.mojoko.com/show2/port_derek/detail2.jpg) - - --- Detail 3 (http://www.mojoko.com/show2/port_derek/detail3.jpg)
02-11-2003, 03:57 AM
Hi philip, good to see you posting here so often. your eye for natural color always amazes me. and the details are incredible ..!
02-11-2003, 04:31 AM
I thought that first one was actual photo reference. Amazing attention to detail and atmosphere. The colors are awesome and you've captured you subjects very well.
I tip my hat to you good sir.
02-11-2003, 08:02 PM
Thanks for your comments... I haven't done many portraits lately... been concentrating on some children's book illustrations and backgrounds for a (hopefully) new 2d computer game in the spirit of Monkey Island and/or Gilbert Goodmate and the Mushroom of Phungoria.
Here is the last portrait I finished - about 3 weeks ago. She wanted to be portrayed as a mermaid... loved doing it... I've posted it on several other forums, so you may have seen it already...
-- Detail 1 (http://www.eyewoo.com/show2/port_liptons/detail1.jpg) -- -- Detail 2 (http://www.eyewoo.com/show2/port_liptons/detail2.jpg) -- -- Detail 3 (http://www.eyewoo.com/show2/port_liptons/detail3.jpg) -- -- Detail 4 (http://www.eyewoo.com/show2/port_liptons/detail4.jpg) --
02-12-2003, 02:14 AM
those are stunning, the first one is my favorite. really good work :bounce: :bounce:
02-12-2003, 02:42 AM
Niiiice stuff :thumbsup:
I like the first one best, the lighting is incredibly accurate!
Two notes for the others... on the second one I love the figure but the fire isn't as good as the rest. And the last one looks a little flat on the female figure.
That's nitpicking though, great work!
02-12-2003, 08:16 PM
i thought the first one was a photo till i saw the detail shots :P
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