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Making a small illustration for an orchestral performance thingy (Berlioz's Symphonie Fantastique). As such I'm thinking more of a representative look as opposed to high-detailed scene, seeing as it's a musical performance. At the moment I'd say I'm at the barest of stages in underpainting - basically, the symphony's a drug-addled journey following one dude's unrequited love for a woman, and it gets really weird toward the end (a Black Mass...). Any starter tips, etc, throw them my way.
Back in a few hours.
Last edited by fionkell; August 13th, 2007 at 10:23 PM.
Just keep updating it. Looks fantastic to me so far. However if this is a song/piece is about a man chasing after someone he loves I think the women should appear larger to indicate her importance.
its getting nice. but change the name its not fitting to this picture