you said it, the hand…:twisted:
Hahaha, thanks a lot zhuzhu, means lots coming from you, thanks again
Im not a machine :sad:, I wish I be
wow, such an awsome start already, but hey i want to do choice 4, don’t make me look bad zhuzhu! O_O hey, choice 1 looks good, you should do choice 1 :deal:
Fantastic, a workshop I can start from the beginning of. Great starts by you two! I think I will go for an easy one first too, but due to my lack of experience with photoshop. Oh, yeah, I will be using Photoshop CS2 for this to try and grasp the software. Hope this will be fun ^^
I will post every major stage.
zhuzhu another great WPE…I can’t believe everyopne is jumping in on this one I thought people would need a rest after the last.
Some quite tricky masters you have picked for us to do here Rebecca, I think I might begin one tonight…now which is the easiest???
Heya Mark! Why the first one of course
Very first sketch before tweaks. Doing this I just found out how poor my computer actually is. If I give this up please dont be too harsh, blame the computer :shrug: September I might be able to buy a new one or upgrade RAM/CPU.
If I do give up, I will try to do this in traditional media I think.
some impressive references this time, Franz Hals ‘Company’ painting would take some doing but i`ve gone for the far left figure and blown him up somewhat…
Ohh, can I do one too? I don’t know which one to do though.
Great to see everyones’ starts! :bounce:
Darkvision, you are more than welcome to join in, as anyone may! Often people end up doing more than one, but just go for it ~ even choosing a single figure from a complex composition is fine.
Looking forward to seeing your work!
oH Crab Bait! I accidently closed the file without saving. So I guess I can ask this question.
If I do it traditionally, can I use the reference as a bases of what i can make? Like I could use the figure, composition, lighting, but use water colour paints to paint it, which would make a lighter image overall. Or maybe if I used inks it would look commercially bold. Or use pastels which would create blends, but no brush strokes.
Is the topic as freestyle as above or am I restricted to oil/acrylics if I go traditional?
LOL, you can use any media you wish ~ and really any style, though really the goal here is to advance one’s technical skills to be applied once you do your own work.
So feel free to use the media of your choice.
I’m in (really this time!)
gonna do the dwarve. :love:
Wow guys, you started allready, I better catch up …
wow… slow down guys…
Let’s hop in.
hey =) I also wanted to participate finally in this workshop. shame on me i must say some of this amazing masterpieces I have never seen before, also not knowing the artists who created them :eek: I didnt thought it would be that difficult to try to copy a piece -anyway heres my wip attempt on it
Zhuzhu you are killing me with every new piece I see
Digitalsol looks really promising
Krispee Im looking forward to further steps of this piece