Open Figure Drawing Workshop - Angels & Devils - 021

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  03 March 2007
Hi all, just saw this thread yesterday and wish I'd noticed earlier (or had our internet connection working at home!). Anyway, this is from one of my favourite works on the list and focuses on the angel from St. Jerome and the Angel.





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  03 March 2007
hi
once again I found out that I have a lot less free time than I thought I'd have...so I failed to polish it completely. I think I've still learned something in the process.
I picked the figures from various masters twisted them some (not on purpose) and turned them into devils (on purpose)... with lots of mistakes and no time to fix them.



great job everybody, I can't really compete.
thanx for inspiring workshop,Rebeccak
 
  03 March 2007
Still trying to finish mine, I changed the composition to cut down amount of figures. Larger wings The composition lacks something in the place where I put my signature, maybe I'll add something there in the end if I manage.



Or maybe I'll move the main angel to the left in the end to have more balance, putting his leg over fallen angel's throat not chest. Will see.

I hope colors are not awful, I try to pick them from Giordano's painting all the time, laptop wasn't mend for painting, really. And all is more blue here than on my screen at home.

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  03 March 2007
Pieces moved more, now composition should be better.



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  03 March 2007
Done. I saved the RIFF and TIFF files in Painter exactly at midnight Polish time. [Started in Painter IX, finished in X demo.] I planed to finish it more, but that's all I managed to do. Here is the final whole piece and Mr archangel's close up (resized a bit, too and levels corrected, but actually I have no idea what way colors look like on a screen with correct gamma settings ):





It was nice to take a part in workshops, I hope to have a chance for it in the future, too
I'm only worried why others do not post anymore...?

*Just in case server didn't work properly images also in attachemnts*
*Edit. Changed image hosting, now it should be safe.*


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  03 March 2007
Hi everyone,

Thank you to everyone who has participated in this Workshop. There has been just some tremendous work produced, and it's been amazing and inspiring to see the variety of work here.

My apologies for being a bit caught up in other things and not finishing my piece. For those of you still working on your images, you are still welcome to post them here.

I will be putting together a SPOTLIGHT thread for this Workshop sometime next week. I am out of town and unable to compile the SPOTLIGHT thread immediately, but will do so as soon as I can.

Thank you to Joel for hosting this Workshop and again, thank you to everyone who has done such a great job in their participation here!

Cheers!
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  03 March 2007
This is as done as its going to get.

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  03 March 2007
Awesome job everyone! Thank so much Rebecca for allowing me to help host this workshop and thank you to everyone who participated. I too was unable to finish a final piece in the workshop but will post it here at a later date when it is completed. Again, great work everyone! - Joel
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  03 March 2007
The official Workshop has now concluded. You are still welcome to post your work here as you finish it, but the thread will likely be less active.

Be sure to subscribe to this thread to find out when the next Workshops and Tutorials start!

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Thanks everyone, and look out for the SPOTLIGHT thread, coming soon.
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  03 March 2007
Hey everyone,

Definitely check out the new thread:

SPOTLIGHT: BEST of OFDW 021
http://forums.cgsociety.org/showthr...m_source=cgtalk

Thanks for everyone's participation, and I hope to see you in the next Workshop!
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  03 March 2007
Wow great work everyone! I also thought it was cool to see some originals based on the master works, they're neat
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  03 March 2007
Amazing work from all of you!
I've really enjoyed this workshop, even if it was only as a spectator...

Seeing everyone's progress and interactivity with eachother is highly enjoyable!
 
  04 April 2007
Thumbs up

Great work!
 
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