Qin - Mai Lin-chi, Aleksi Briclot (2D)

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Old 06 June 2005   #16
 
Old 06 June 2005   #17
Absolutely amazing!!

I like the brushes used for the background, but I think there are 2 really great points in this piece: the hair (very dynamic) and the clothes (detailed and well finished).

5 stars for you. Please, keep in posting, I want to see more works!
 
Old 06 June 2005   #18
Beautiful, as always. The green of the background combines nicely with the red of her cloth.
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Old 06 June 2005   #19
Really a good work, I like your technique very much.
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Old 06 June 2005   #20
Hi, great job, I like.
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Old 06 June 2005   #21
great work !!
 
Old 06 June 2005   #22
The design and illustration are both top notch! The colors, the movement, the expression...
Very eye alluring!
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Old 06 June 2005   #23

Whoa! Very good work!!!


I like a lot the palette and the texture!! (you shuold make a tutorial for that!)
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Old 06 June 2005   #24
I'm speechless!........
 
Old 06 June 2005   #25
Thumbs up Nice...

It is easy to pass over many great pieces and not say a thing, but your piece was a superb combination of drama and technical grace.

I really look forward to more of your work, and only hope that the promise of your obvious talent within this piece, develops and grows with each new follow-up...

Great work.
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Old 06 June 2005   #26
Really cool painting! I love the texture, looks like a real oil painting...

I have a question which any of you 2D (or 3D for that matter) folks who paint humans, portraits, cloth, etc - where do you get your references from? That is, do you look at pictures to see exactly where things are, how faces look, how cloth folds, etc? Do you use models? Or can you simply see it in your head and just paint it? I just see so much amazingly detailed and realistic work and always notice details I never would have thought to include without having any or much reference. Thanks! Keep up the good work!
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Old 06 June 2005   #27
omg... i'm fan
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Old 06 June 2005   #28
Trop beau ?!

(court mais efficace !)
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Old 06 June 2005   #29
immediately upon laying eyes on this very nice piece i knew artrage had a hand in.. it really is one of the best piece of software ive ever used, and free, wow

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Old 06 June 2005   #30
Very very subtle and soft images, I love this kind of art. Red and yellow are prefectly mixed on the borders. What a beauty.
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