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arturjutkowiak
11-03-2014, 03:59 PM
Hello:)

Done in PS and Artrage.

By the way I have to report a bug which I find very annoying.
It occurs in PS - Artrage workflow. When I import an image from PS to Artrage, Artrage somehow changes gamma of the image!:(
When I take the image back to PS it is much lighter... Then I have to multiply the image to make it darker which of course does not make sense at all;/
Hope it can be repaired!




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D Akey
11-03-2014, 05:40 PM
Hello:)

Done in PS and Artrage.

By the way I have to report a bug which I find very annoying.
It occurs in PS - Artrage workflow. When I import an image from PS to Artrage, Artrage somehow changes gamma of the image!:(
When I take the image back to PS it is much lighter... Then I have to multiply the image to make it darker which of course does not make sense at all;/
Hope it can be repaired!



Not an expert here, but Photoshop has always seemed to mess with the values when posting something online. It often looks faded. It may be on PS' end. There are places online where they speak about it and what one can do about it. Sorry it's been so long that I don't recall what the fix was. I think it had something to do with Exporting and Optimizing it a certain way rather than straight Saving. But that may be a problem if you're keeping layers alive. I've only ever posted jpegs as the unflattened files are too big for most public forums. And then I suppose it could be an issue of AR. I don't know. But the comment about Gamma reminded me of the exporting thing from PS. May have no relevance. :rolleyes:

Anyway, this face is super cool. Very slick (in the good sense) and perfect. Highlights are strong giving her a real luster and like she's under hot lights. Very nice stylization. Almost as if from a make up artist. Reminds me of the heyday of airbrush illustrations of celebrities out here Hollywood way, roughly the 1970s & 80s. I loved those looks. And that's what I love about your painting -- to find the essence and really key in on it in an elegant, uncluttered way.

copespeak
11-03-2014, 09:03 PM
I can't help you here, but I think Jennifer is a beauty! :cool:

Caesar
11-03-2014, 10:03 PM
A most neat and professional painting. Black and white adds to its effectiveness I think.

arturjutkowiak
11-04-2014, 01:35 AM
Thanks gentelmen!:)


The problem is not about posting the image on the net but it occurs when I take image from PS to Artrage and then again to Ps. Artrage changes lightness of the image. Don't know why.
I will send an email on this subject to support.

Anyway I adjusted the image a bit now and it looks better;)

Thanks!:)