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Old 02 February 2006   #1
Old Wizard Fellow

Sort of an experimental painting, the way I'm doing it is painting in one layer per sitting, so once I finish I merge the layers down *shrug*, just mizing things up. It's entirely photoshop so far, started as an 800x800pix sketch that I upresed to roughly 4000square and that's the level I've been working at.



Trying for a very rembrandt-esque subtlety to it. Still not sure what I want to do with the background, the beard and layers of clothing are more important atm. Looking for any critiques you might have.
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Old 02 February 2006   #2
Updated the image with improved reflected light. Still not sure what I want the background to be.
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Old 02 February 2006   #3


Another Update...
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Old 02 February 2006   #4


Feel free to chime in, anyone...
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Old 02 February 2006   #5
hmm strange... no comments?

I think this is awesome piece Keep it up
 
Old 02 February 2006   #6
The beard is soooo nice! And the render is realy great! Well done, and keep it up!
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Old 02 February 2006   #7
Thumbs up

WOW! Great mood!! I love the piece...it looks like a medieval portrait. I like it the way it is now!
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Old 02 February 2006   #8
I love this image and I'm sure you will make a super render - it already shows now !

You do have some anatomy issues though that you would perhaps like to solve before getting too deep into the render.

I downloaded your image and placed the Loomis image (afterwards rescaled and rotated it a bit) on top of it - layer set to Product. Then I just blocked in some colors in areas where something seemed to be missing.

The below (next post) is what I came up with. I also moved the mouth a bit to the left to get it more directly under the nose. It seems like he needs a lot more head volume and a much bigger ear for once. In this case, you would need to develop the beard a bit more in the left side of the image.

However, changed like that, he doesn't any longer look directly at the spectator as before, so I think if you want him to continue doing that, you will have to rotate the face and get less left side and more right side and the noseline much more in the middle.

I hope you don't mind me fiddeling with your image - I learn a lot doing it and so wish I would be able to do the same thing with my own images ....

I'm leaving for skiholidays and won't be back until two weeks from now - I look forward to seeing how you've progressed in the meantime
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Old 02 February 2006   #9
Sorry, I didn't manage to upload the two images in the same post, so here is the one where I just blocked in some color under the Loomis layer.
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Old 02 February 2006   #10
great character! love it, keep updating!
 
Old 02 February 2006   #11
Update. I pulled the beard up. It looks tons better as a result imo.

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Old 02 February 2006   #12
Here's my original sketch:



And my latest update:

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