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Feeling very good
love your light and render!
thanks your posting
very nice, love the first one
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Yeah, someone complains about classical painting style... blah blah...
Beautiful stuff mate! Love the mood!
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That's really nice. Love the second one, her face is really beautiful.
gorgeous pieces! do you use texture overlays or do you paint it in to your work with custom brushes to achieve the natural media feel?
Wow, very stunning !
all of it is awesome, I cant even choose a favorite
I saw your stuff first on CGHub, totally wicked man. Love it all. You sir are going into my inspirations folder! Hope too see more soon.
Oh and btw. Don't fear Painter, it is great once you get used to it
No I use the hard round default brush in PS....custom brushes turn me off, as much as everyone insists I use them! I rely heavily on colour adjusting tho
Dude, every time i'm amazed on how badass your work gets.Always good stuff..
cool stuff Jeff.
there are a few things that stick out to me though.
the first one...her ear looks like its being viewed from a side view, whereas the head is clearly at a 3/4 up tilt. i'd be tempted to foreshorten it and move it slightly further back.
the second one is kind of wierd because her body(the elbows and arm shapes in particular) feel like they belong to an old man, whereas its head isthat of a young woman. also, maybe its just me but the arms/body feel 5-10% too small for the head.
the third one is the one that compelled me to write. i understand doing studies for the sake of doing studies, but this piece in particular lacks purpose, her torso feels too short, her thigh feels wierd, and the pose is...confusing to me....basically it looks like you made it up as you went along. this is where i think actually drawing it out more comprehensively would have helped immensely. in addition to figuring out the hands and solving the wonky anatomy, spending more time in the front end can also offer opportunities to assign meaning/purpose to an otherwise meaningless study. and also, its much more worth while to conduct a painting study on top of a correct drawing. this is the evil of working digitally, its too easy to just jump in and start painting before solving the drawing problems.
i also notice you tend to avoid solving things like hands and feet. that orange guys extremeties are all cropped out. dont forget hands and feet can be extremely useful acting tools!
all that said i reallylike how you paint. your pallettes are nice, and you seem to have a good handle on how to paint form and establish mood. its just, right now with these peices in particular, it feels like you are getting comfortable and relying on your tricks. dont do that! step it up and look deeper. there's more to do.
keep it up.
Great work, as always. The skin and the face of your last one are beautiful.
very painterly in spite of being done in photoshop. I like the first one specially
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Very beautiful pieces, specially the first one.
Coro: thanks for the remarks, I think I needed to hear that also.
really inspiring works man...just great!