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Old 01-01-2011, 02:07 PM   #331
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I couldn't resist the movie is too good
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First one was just a quick mock up of a digital painting I would like to do, the second is a WIP recreate of an image to get some practice before I try to do an actual digital painting.
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Nice Oz....good start mate.

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Yeah, nice start sofar, keep it up!!! A helpfull thing, in case you don't have any suitable reference fotos, which show the pose you're going for is to use poser software such as Daz 3D or Makehuman. Also adult sites have a lot of useful ref pics, cause many of the poses you would never see in any anatomy book or on a serious ref foto which was made for artists.

My painting of the cat character some posts above I made with help of such a ref foto for example.



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Old 04-03-2011, 01:59 AM   #336
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Thought I would post some 2D after all that 3D that I have been doing.

A black and white sketch of a younger Michelle Pfeiffer.
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Head Forms exercise.
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Did a few clouds in PS...wasnt too hard though not sure if they are any good LOL...but hey no tuts just plenty of layers and chicken scratching.

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Not bad, not bad at all. Steven Stahlberg, has a good tutorial on PS clouds. Just google it and you will find it.
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Thanks THX...I will looketh up right now he he he he

Tried the new method THX...thanks for that...once I get the hang of it...and use inner glow outer glow etc a bit I reckon I will have it.

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one of several ive done lately for he borassa valley film fest; any crit completely totally welcome

i thought id put a few here because i was going to ask for help with a concept

http://www.flickr.com/photos/mirekph...n/photostream/
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hope this is the correct method

just some fun with film

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Old 13-07-2011, 03:26 PM   #343
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another

theres more on flicker if you want to check them out. Not all by any stretch

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I liked the one with the bird but the others did not say films to me...........dave
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.., well theres clues there but needless to say i agree.., the others are called branding but thats what we do to get work somehow. thats ok
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