Elena Formal Portrait, Lunatique (2D), (2D)

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Old 02 February 2004   #16
Stunning!
The lighting is awesome!

There is one little thing that bothers me.
I think something is not right with the shadow of her
left shoulder. The shoulder looks a bit flat. Maybe the
shadow is too dark...I don't know exactly.

Anyways this is amazing!!
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Old 02 February 2004   #17
thats awesome........and thanx for the close ups............
you work in painter right?
what rez do paint these in?

Once again........ thats great
 
Old 02 February 2004   #18
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Just by glancing at the work it felt simple. But then I saw the close ups, I would say you have a great control of the brushes. The subtle blending of color, light and shadow are well done.

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Old 02 February 2004   #19
An impressive sensation of presence!
Good work
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Old 02 February 2004   #20
She's so sweet.
 
Old 02 February 2004   #21
Wow.. amazing work yet again! Inspires me to get a tablet and practice 2d! This work also kindof caught me off guard, as it looks very similar to my ex... you are a lucky man (luck might be the wrong word, but yeah)... Your pictures are a big part of a fairly small collection that I take a look at whenever I get frustrated at my art, inspires me!
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Old 02 February 2004   #22
Wow. I love the hair. At first I thought it was a really well textured 3D model. I just purchased painter and it's hard to get used to. I guess it comes more naturally to those who've painted before with traditional medium. Anyways, great work.
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Old 02 February 2004   #23
hey man, awesome.... sweet! elegant....it's too good till nothing to say man!!!

it's truely give more 'life' feeling for me...excellent!
 
Old 02 February 2004   #24
Amazing job

Your wife's beauty really shows through the painting.

Your art is very distinct its very soft. Only suggestion I would have is: I personally would like to see sharper lines. Your art reminds me of what a dream may look like slightly blurred.

But again, i'm a fan of your work. Keep it up.

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Old 02 February 2004   #25
Really nice work.
 
Old 02 February 2004   #26
wowww!

Great work!!!


(your wife I mean )
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Old 02 February 2004   #27
really beautifull, what will you do with this digital painting then ? a big printing could be really nice!
 
Old 02 February 2004   #28
Beautiful , absolutly awesome
 
Old 02 February 2004   #29
Very unique. Good decision to go into that mixture of traditional and digital. This seperates it from other excellent portraits.
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Old 02 February 2004   #30
Very nice. You ousted that 3d face on the frontpage.
If you don't mind, can you share some of your techniques here? I especially want to know the process you go in choosing the colors. Whenever I try to draw a face, the colors are always messed up, and it makes me want to break my good ol mouse. If you can help me, that'll be great.
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