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

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Old 07 July 2005   #46
lovely texture~~
Old 07 July 2005   #47
beautiful composition. I love the colours, and movement in the BKG. Nice cloth too.
Old 07 July 2005   #48
Magnifique, bravo !
Old 07 July 2005   #49
Wonderfully alive and energetic brush work which makes the painting all the more beautiful.

Thank you for sharing this.

Thanks also for mentioning Artrage. Being new to digital paiting I hadn't heard of that particular software package.
Old 07 July 2005   #50
Thumbs up

This I call FINE ART!

Great work man! Surprisingly I have never though on using PS + Artrage together! Thx for tip!

Old 07 July 2005   #51
this has such a wonderful sense of color, and the brushes are so effective in creating movement. fantastic work.
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Old 07 July 2005   #52
Thanks everybody !
I'm really glad of the brushstrokes used on this pictures. Glad to read it's successful.

The clothing, the design and the character herself are classical and historical, because of the commission and the subject. I just have to manage enough fantasy and atmosphere to add to the piece without going too far.
The background was done using traditional sample of painting and canvas, artrage and photoshop.

Rubsrubs : and you forgot the abstract brushstroke here and ther. My fav parts of the image.

Trower : I hope so.

Woadiestyol : it depends but references are often necessary (how drawing a cow if you've never seen a real one ?).The most important thing is to never be prisonner of your refs. By being too close of it, in most cases the results is really poor and cold. You must make it yours and going further. Sometimes by talking about references, even when drawing a robot, a photographic ref of a car can help you to understand lighting and reflection, mechanic...You must understand your ref and adding it to your own mental "library".

PIPS : thanks

TheCleaner : I really have a lot of fun with it. It is like a kind of toy.

Jdsb : thanks too I've only posted four images on CGtalk.

Dasomen : I'll post more here.

Libor : still using traditionnal samples (scann of real brushstrokes, sketches, canvas, xeroxes...) can add a lot to a picture.

Thanks everybody.
Old 07 July 2005   #53
bravo an thank u for sharing this great piece of worki really like it.the use of colors and the painterly feeling..just stunning!
Old 07 July 2005   #54
Impresive work. Can't complain on any area. Simply amazing.
Old 07 July 2005   #55

very nice i like it
Old 07 July 2005   #56
I love the painterly feel to this piece. great job!
Old 07 July 2005   #57
That is a gorgeous peice!

I really like what you did with it. I really like how it looks like a thick and heavy oil painting!

Old 07 July 2005   #58
Thumbs up

Im absolutely delighted with your job..
Happy to find the great artist with rare of style like u...5 stars
Old 07 July 2005   #59
outstanding work!! nonetheless
"los animadores son actores que actuan un cuadro a la vez"
Old 07 July 2005   #60
I am always really excited to see you post a new piece.
(I mainly know them from gfxartist).

You are such a big inspiration when it comes to dynamic - composition and stylish brushstrokes.

Oh! And I just noticed you made some illus for the Vampire Rolebook I have here next to me on the table
"Life beats down and crushes the soul, but art reminds you that you have one."

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