Sleeping Beauty, Antonio Caparo (2D)

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  02 February 2009
Sleeping Beauty, Antonio Caparo (2D)

Title: Sleeping Beauty
Name: Antonio Caparo
Country: Canada
Software: Photoshop

Hi There,
This is my entry for the Steampunk Myth and Legend Challenge. It was great to be part of the competition. Im totally connected with the Steampunk aesthetics now and want to go back to it in future illustrations maybe retelling classic tales or myths again. It was done in Photoshop, for more information and making of, please follow my challenge thread:
  02 February 2009
I'm in love! She's awesome, great job, best of luck!
Jose Pardo

Massive update to my site, tons of new art!

I've seen things you people wouldn't believe.
Roy Batty, replicant.
  02 February 2009
wonderful. esp the palette and the detailing, those guys in the foreground look really good. and nice job on the materials too....


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  02 February 2009
Thumbs up good

wow~!nice work! like your idea.That's great! But the "persons" seems to hadn't third dimension.Buy the way .. If strengthen shading or highlighting will be better.
  02 February 2009
nice work

looks cool the colors are really great,its more of a spacepunk then Steampunk nice job man keep it up

  02 February 2009
It looks fantastic! Good luck with the contest!
  02 February 2009
Beautiful piece, Antonio! Love the textures and lighting.
Good luck with the challenge!
  02 February 2009
interesting piece. It has a very pencil drawing type feel to it. I noticed that you rendered a more "rounded" woman inside the test tube instead of a slender model type. It actually seems to help sense she makes a larger focus in the piece. the agua-like color of her tube and whatever's in it is a nice compliment to the stark, dark hues used throughout the rest of the image. Nice job.
  02 February 2009
Very, very cool.
  02 February 2009
very stylish lovely painting

Oh Sing Me a Song of Your Misery

  02 February 2009
Hi everyone,
Thanks a lot for your comments!
Veronika: yes, I love the traditional drawing tools (pencil, ink, pastels) so I always want something of it remains in my digital pieces. I used a pencil line in the early stages of the image and although it is almost completely vanished there is something of it still. Besides I always try to use a Photoshop brush that allows me crosshatch the volumes on the skin.
  02 February 2009
wow i rly like the use of colours on this pic and the idea is great! fantastic job

Last edited by acb12 : 02 February 2009 at 11:21 AM.
  02 February 2009
cool . . .
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  02 February 2009
Always a pleasure to see your art. Fantastic work
  02 February 2009
nice steampunk!
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