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  11 November 2004
Christina Milian, Eric Centeno, (2D)

Title: Christina Milian
Name: Eric Centeno,
Country: United States
Software: Photoshop

This is Pop Singer Christina Milian (not Beyonce). I actually did her official web site a few years ago, so i thought it would be an interesting subject to revisit.

I pulled this one off during an all nighter. Started off at around 1am and didn't finish till about 11am that morning.

This was all done in Photoshop using a Wacom (obviously) and a a handy little brush preset i came up with.

This is my first time posting, hope you guys enjoy

  11 November 2004
A very nice image.
It looks like you used reference, if so you should include this information in your post.
  11 November 2004
Hehe. ^^
Very nice Picture.
I really like her Smile, you did that very well.
I'm also interested in the Reference Picture you used.

ps: She has a Touch of Beyoncé. :P

But great Pic though.
  11 November 2004
Very nice picture, but the hair do not seem very good. Either you should try to improve it or is it that the actual girl need a major make over?

I will look up this artist, I am curious...
  11 November 2004
Nice pic of a gorgeous woman.


Sleep is for the weak.
  11 November 2004
Gorgeous face, very nicely painted. I am not crazy about the hair.
Jose Pardo

Massive update to my site, tons of new art!

”I've seen things you people wouldn't believe.”
Roy Batty, replicant.
  11 November 2004
Here is a Detail of the face.

Here is the picture i used as reference

I Agree the hair needs more work. I only spent a few hours on this one.

I'm going give my self a way longer time table for my next project most of the "paintings" and Vectors i do are done in about a day.... I really should be spending more time on them.

Thanks for the Crits and Comments tho, they are VERY appreciated.
  11 November 2004
Sorry, i posted twice by mistake.

Last edited by wreckk : 11 November 2004 at 08:47 PM. Reason: double post
  11 November 2004

I apologise if this rustle's anyone's feathers. But recent incidences here on CGTalk have forced us to protect artists legally.

As stated in the Gallery Posting Rules when attempting to upload a new image:

Quote: Important Notice - Commercial Derivatives

If your artwork is a derivative of a commercial work such as a professionally photographed person, please do not post this on CGTalk.

Derivatives are works that reference existing commercial works directly. Your work needs to be original, and not bear resemblance to any commercial work in existence. In order to protect artists, CGNetworks reserves the right to remove any work that is found to resemble a commercial work.

As this image is a direct derivative of of a commercial photograph of Christina Milan, it shouldn't be posted on CGTalk. This is to protect you as an artist.

Again, I apologise if this rustle's anyone's feathers, however, we must uphold these new rules now to prevent any unwanted legal action against artists. We'd like to encourage all artists here on CGTalk to submit only original works in future.

Kindest regards,


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