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Old 03-27-2006, 08:15 PM   #16
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Hi Rebeccak,

thx, I can't see anything for today anymore. And my hand is aching.

@ Digital Sol

A friend told me not to take lines, though it is a possibility to start painting. For me it is a very bad way, cause I nearly totally ignore shadow and light so the result ist very flatten and it looks horrible. Other people don't have any problems with it.

Your lineart is very fine, I like it a lot. And don't be afraid to make mistakes, for me the beginning is quiet simple... but then I often struggle and give up. Some problems to be patient... hmpf.

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This looks good fun, I think I will try the Supper at Emmaus one.

Great work everyone!
 
Old 03-27-2006, 09:16 PM   #18
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Zepyhri,

We'd love to have you! Break out the cloning machine!

Elliepower,

Absolutely no worries. This Workshop will run for approximately 4 weeks, so you have plenty of time.

Jack Shannon,

That's great that you will be participating! Looking forward to seeing your work.

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Old 03-28-2006, 12:24 AM   #19
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Smile Some of my progress

Hello everyone, thanks for the support, and the crits, that means lots to me since they came from such talented people like u all, I use the lineart as base for all my paintings, here is the linework for this.



This is the result after sketching 5 times, and clean it up at Photoshop, I think will work an underpainting after this.

I hope u comment any crit is good for me, thanks
 
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Digital Sol,

Lovely linework on this! I really look forward to seeing the start of your painting!

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Old 03-28-2006, 03:10 AM   #21
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A rough beginning:


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Old 03-28-2006, 08:47 AM   #22
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Hi,

@Digital Sol I don't know why you worry, it looks very good.

@ Rebeccak *ohhhhmmm*

A little working on the background and cleaning the table. Hehe, the peanut is just a placeholder. The face of the man in the front is a bit bigger now. I hope the propotioons are right, caus it always looks funny if for example a cup is too small or thin.

And I recognized that there is no green in the Original, but I found another version that I like much more.

Greets,
Ellie

 
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Elliepower,

This is looking really good! I think the rendering of the face of the rightmost character in particular is coming along beautifully! You might want to saturate or deepen your colors just a bit more...I think if you start to bring everything up to the level of the character on the right, you will be in top shape!

Great work so far, can't wait to see your further progress!

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Old 03-28-2006, 03:27 PM   #24
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Talking This is my underpaint's beggin

Heya, I always beggin with an underpainting, almost for all, it gives me a general look for all the scene, I'm using 2 layers one for the background and other for the foreground (the characters), this is a rough version and still want to leave the details untill the end



Elliepower, thanks for your opinion, your characters looks great, your color palette is fantastic, Im not that good applying the colors directly, I love your scene's mood.

PS that green athmosphere looks terrific, I like it very much.

Rebeccak, thats an stunning beggining, it gives me much the impression of deep. I like it very much.

Thanks to everyone.

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Digital Sol,

Great progress, it looks like you're very nicely methodical about your approach! It's great to see so much good work already...looking forward to seeing more work from everyone!

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Old 03-28-2006, 07:23 PM   #26
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Hello everyone, I could get some time for work on the piece, here is the 3rd figure



I hope u can give me an opinion about the painting, thanks
 
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Digital Sol,

I think this will start looking great when you really start to push the value / dark / light relationships, and begin adding lighter highlights and experimenting with hard / soft edges. Looking great so far!

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I didn't get it, sorry

Sorry, I didn't understand at all, ur hint Rebecca, my english is not good enough, what do u mean?

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you really start to push the value / dark / light relationships
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More contrast?,I really aprecciate ur critics and coments, I would like u clear it up for me please.
 
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Originally posted by Digital Sol: More contrast?

Yep!

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Old 03-28-2006, 08:16 PM   #30
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Wow there are a lot of new faces to this OFDW and everyone seems to be pluggin along quite nicely. Ok rebecca, here we go...


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