Happy color , Cindy Guo (2D)

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  11 November 2007
Happy color , Cindy Guo (2D)

Title: Happy color
Name: Cindy Guo
Country: China
Software: Photoshop

I used the PHOTOSHOP software and spent around one week complete "Happy color" .While I created such drawing,absorbed other masters' bright and color skills.
Acutally "happy Color" was the gift for my friend who was digital graphic artist as well birthday on 24th.Oct.

CGSociety Copyright@Cindy Guo,Submitted 8 Nov 2007
  11 November 2007
JESUS. This is extremly beautiful. Great work.
  11 November 2007
Thats a lovely image.

very elegant.
  11 November 2007
I agree, very beautiful and elegant.
stunning backlighting!!
  11 November 2007
Remarkable painting - the softness of the light you've captured...wow.
A Daily Forest
  11 November 2007
Thumbs up

Beautiful piece! Very nice.
Website • http://bradyscott.blogspot.com
  11 November 2007
Awesome color. 4*!

(Perspective and shadow)
My words are constructive criticisms, not to criticize.

  11 November 2007
excellently done mate,its very beautiful as many have said
  11 November 2007
wow! great! i can feel the fragrance .
a fantastic flowerly work mate! keep it up!
  11 November 2007
absolutely gorgeous!!!
beautiful colour, mood and lighting, great job!
  11 November 2007
Nice. Just a couple of crits. When I first saw the work, I thought the petals on the table were pieces of ice, enhanced by the water drops. The fallen petals should be more yellowed and less darkly shaded. Also, I’m not crazy about the starburst highlights, especially on the curtains and on the one fallen petal.
Overall, it’s very pleasant.
  11 November 2007

5 stars

  11 November 2007
very pleasant work....

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  11 November 2007
agree with the others. it seems so real!
  11 November 2007
I agree with Quadart about the starburst highlights. I think they lessen the realism. Maybe one or too would be ok, but I don't like as many as there are now.

Very beautiful image though. Very peaceful to look at. I enjoy the understated colour usage, perhaps more unusual, considering the subject; flowers. Good job.

EDIT: I think it may help the vase look like it's stood on the table if it had more intense shadow around the base, even if it's very subtle. Compared to the level of realism of the flowers themselves, the shadows look more simple and stylised and lack variation in tonal value. E.g. the stalks in the vase (being opaque) would cast stronger shadows than the glass alone would.

Last edited by ralphmanning : 11 November 2007 at 05:00 AM.
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