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Old 09 September 2004   #1
Fairy, Songhui Chen (2D)

Title: Fairy
Name: Songhui Chen
Country: China
Software: Photoshop

HELLO EVERYBODY.THIS 'S MY SECOND POST .This painting took about 5 hours to paint over the course of FOUR days .The painting was done in Photoshop with a Wacom.
Hope you like it, critiques welcome.

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Old 09 September 2004   #2
Good copy from the original. Your colours are more vibrant and looks like you've added a few more ferries.

Overall, good work!

Old 10 October 2004   #3
Ehm, Oregano i was about to post about how great and dreamy this picture looks, but then i saw your post. If there is an original that Songhui Chen failed to mention, can you show us where it is?

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Old 10 October 2004   #4
Had to go dig out my book of Faeries by Brian Froud and Alan Lee before I realized 95?? combined two paintings:

This one and this one , actually, the little guy playing the fiddle is in the book to, but I didn't feel like scanning him as well, along with the ferries flying across the center.

I've had the book for almost 20, 25 years. It's a great source of inspiration. I noticed recently at a Borders Bookstore that they have re-released it. I highly recomend it.

Anyway, I thought 95?? did a fairly decent job with his study. I don't know how many times I've worked with that book open on my desk. The charcole pictures are especially good.

Old 10 October 2004   #5
Smile Hai Guys

THIS 'S MY STUDY painting FROM FOUR YEARS AGO. I VERY support AND LOVE Brian Froud and Alan Lee 's paintings .I COPY THEM JUST FOR LEARNING at then .but i still thought it done well .so i show it .
Old 10 October 2004   #6
Well 95??

As a piece of art "made for practice" it stands quite well on its own, as it shows technical proficiency, but it can't be described as original due to the fact that it was so heavily influenced-based on Brian Froud and Alan Lee's work. So the only critisism i could give you is to try and develop your own style of work, i mean not to stop being influenced, we all are after all, but try and develop a style that you trully own and be known for. And of course it would be better for you if you note your references in the future, if they are a big part of your pictures. Those forums are quite sensitive about these matters.
Keep up the good work.

Animusing Productions
old animation stuff.

Old 10 October 2004   #7

-=3D coMMunity=-
Old 01 January 2006   #8
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