Ze New Eve, eric scala (2D)

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Old 11 November 2007   #1
Ze New Eve, eric scala (2D)

Title: Ze New Eve
Name: eric scala
Country: France
Software: Painter, Photoshop

Done with Painter X and Photoshop CS3 .
That work is a personnal work .
This Mucha's tribute is a digital piece which I will probably paint for true on a canvas.
I hope you like it . Critics are welcome

" Anch'io son' pittore "

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Old 11 November 2007   #2
Hi Eric! I was supposed to reply earlier by email but got so tied up with thousand other stuff. But I like the sensitivity of this.. it looks a lot like your traditional paintings, which is amazing that you can make them so alike.
As critique though I could say that the light that touches her leg and arm looks a bit too bright and makes the outlines confusing. But I like this very much, 4 *

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Old 11 November 2007   #3
Beautiful! Very soft and thoughtful. I'm glad I ran across this today - thanks!

Old 11 November 2007   #4
Hey eric, very nice. well proportioned, interesting light & colours. It has a heavenly feel to it.
Old 11 November 2007   #5
I love Alphonse Mucha's work. Youve created a nice homage to his style.

Your figure work is strong. I like the very bright light on the figure actually. If the negative space of the bg met a stronger edge between it and the light on the figure I feel it would help to clarify the form, and strengthen your overall silloette. However, your soft lighting is very pleasant and feminine, so I would not want to take away from that at all.

Nice painting!
Old 11 November 2007   #6
Hi eric; your work very clean and soft; i like it
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Old 11 November 2007   #7
Hi Kirsi , about the light that something that's gonna be different in painting .Thanks

Hi Daffydd thanks a lot , happy you like it .

Hi Christopher thanks , it reminds me that when I started painting and sketching years ago , I was so focus on my model that I could see something like an "aura " around them .
Some kind of light coming from the body .

Hi Jesse thanks a lot for "your soft lighting is very pleasant and feminine" as you can see the idea was not to do a pin up .

`Hi Sirneo thanks a lot
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Old 11 November 2007   #8
Great work! I really love how soft it looks and how unusual the pose is (women in Art Nouveau are often standing up with languid or very soft poses), the lighting is very beautiful!

Great style as usual!

Well done, 5 stars

Old 11 November 2007   #9
Thanks a lot Dianae I think your Hanagumori is not so far from that art nouveau , don't you think ?
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Old 11 November 2007   #10
Beautiful, beautiful work! Classic and individual at the same time.
The strong light you gave the piece is wonderful, even more so because it doesn't make her figure harsh, were I to interpret it I'd say it is the benevolent light of the divine presence on the newly-made Eve.

This is worth way more than 3 stars... 5 from me!
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Old 11 November 2007   #11
Thanks a lot Thaldir . You are right . When that kind of subject need a special light.
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Old 02 February 2008   #12
Hey,hey Eric love this piece.Being myself quit a fan of art nouveau & art deco, I just love it.Alos really like the ssoft tones you've used!It gives a nice zenny felling!
HEy, tu es toujours de passage ce 20 & 21 ŕ Bruxelles?
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