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Old 07-12-2008, 02:19 AM   #1
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Default Jessica Simpson Painting High rez

Thought I would post the High rez version for you folks to see. The master is larger but too big to post.

I also boosted the saturation a tad on this because the one I posted in the WIP thread came out a little flat.

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Nice work! Came out well
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yeah - nice job - it's cool where it washes out.
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Cheers arran!

Yeah, I thought that would be a nice touch. Going from just line art and gradually shading everything in as well as the color as I went up.

I'm really considering on the Dali style that SomeGuy recommended as my next project. Using the photorealistic technique I used with this piece.
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Great work Thx, looks superb
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Originally posted by THX1138

I'm really considering on the Dali style that SomeGuy recommended as my next project. Using the photorealistic technique I used with this piece.
If its as high quality as this peice i'm sure it would turn out amazing.
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Well, if I do a Dali Style piece, it would have to have Salvador Dali in it; of which I cannot find good quality pics to work from. This is going to take some time to gather resources for.
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Cheers steven07, thanks for the comment!
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nice work dude,

how long did it take you?
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Cheers pbman, glad you like it!

Took around 5 weeks to complete.
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