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CoreyArtE
10-27-2003, 12:05 PM
This was actually done as a study, but I liked the way it turned out so I decided to make it an Illustation instead. This was originaly done in grayscale and at a size of 9000x6000 pixels. Painted in Painter 7 and colored in Photoshop 7.
http://www.coreyloving.com/Images/Art/CoreyGallery/Artwork/JapaneseGirl.jpg

Vash T Stampede
10-27-2003, 01:09 PM
Nice!..



uhm...


That's it!..

phamtastic
10-27-2003, 02:31 PM
I'm not sure what you mean by painted in painter and colored in photoshop, but I like it!

CoreyArtE
10-27-2003, 09:16 PM
Originally posted by phamtastic
I'm not sure what you mean by painted in painter and colored in photoshop, but I like it!

Grayscale painting in painter 7, and color and adjustments in photoshop 7. Sorry i so so bad I'm only 16 and am a loser of an artist

phamtastic
10-27-2003, 11:15 PM
Uuhhh, no you're not. You're ten times better than I was when I was that age. Man, I'm getting old.

Ryousuke
10-27-2003, 11:24 PM
I feel it....really nicely done

ldlam
10-28-2003, 02:24 AM
:applause: very good! I like it!

slime
10-29-2003, 12:34 AM
Originally posted by CoreyArtE
Sorry i so so bad I'm only 16 and am a loser of an artist

:rolleyes:

Steeldolphin
10-29-2003, 06:20 AM
Loser of an artist....whatever. :) Seriously you are doing GREAT for 16. I think this has a very nice mood and feel to it. The subject is strong in the piece. Although I must say that You must have cropped it somewhat on one aspect if the image was originally 6000x9000 though as this preview image size wouldnt really fit that aspect ratio...or maybe i am just confused...its been a very long day. ;)

Nice work, and keep em coming.

Cheers.

William b. Hand
10-29-2003, 06:44 PM
I'm sorry to hear you cut yourself down like that, but I remember how long it took before I stopped scratching huge X's through my pieces in shame. It can be hard to see your own work clearly when you compare the weakest in your art with the strongest of the best artists ( Which I suspect you do ).

Cut yourself some slack, and remember that you can continue to strive for betterment in the future whilst still feeling happy about what you do now.

You have tremendous talent and tremendous ability. In fact, chances are extremely good that you'll be able to secure a scholarship to an art school with this level of competence.

On top of that... you've still got more time to create portfolio pieces! This is a really nice pic.

Everything that's going on with the face/head is beautiful.
It looks like you hit some rough patches with the grass, but overall it's quite good. I think the area where the grass meets the arm is in need of some tweaking... It looks like when you were doing the grass that you were afraid of the arm.

Anyhow, keep posting! This is strong stuff, and it's clear that you have a strong work ethic in your art. That'll take you far. Glad you're here!

olijosman
10-30-2003, 06:32 AM
certainly you have much talent with 16!! it is difficult to be in agreement with your own creations.I am 30 years old and it happens to me!!:)
great work!! but nothing compared with the future!!:beer:

kwshipman
10-30-2003, 03:09 PM
Originally posted by CoreyArtE
Grayscale painting in painter 7, and color and adjustments in photoshop 7. Sorry i so so bad I'm only 16 and am a loser of an artist

At least you are drawing and working on your craft, that is more than most 16 year olds can say. keep it up you have shown a ton of promise in this piece. Is this from a photo reference, or is it all from you head?

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