Never used the painbrush thing before x.x
During college i had to tackle an 'old for new project'.
So on my half, i decided to create a portrait using the oil paint/brush tool on art rage for the first time.
But i've always been an airbrush user so my world was flipped upside down
Especially with the mouth, and i might have used the air brush here and there, couldn't help it.
Are their any tips as to using this tool?
Extra points if you guess who it is
Dear Latimer, can't help you with any tips as i couldn't do as well as you , think you did this portrait very well, quite pretty! am guessing Tony Soprano, very nice painting!
not tony soprano, but as a coincidence i'v just finished all of the series! love the stuff.
But naw this dudes English, so actually being english may give one the upper hand
Hmmm? a young Albert Finney?
Is he Stephen Fry?
Eyyy Monicka84 nicely done
Thanks Monicka, looks like a very interesting person, hope his show airs in the US
He is incredibly smart and has a wonderful Brit accent, I'm not sure i things like QI would end up in the US but itd be great if it did
not bad,but the mouth is weird..
Hi, Latimer. I checked the original photo and It IS a weird expression indeed. It seems he was at a inner thinking moment, so he's mouth isn't relaxed. You don't have to become tied to one photo when painting a portrait; you can study he's traits in different shoots and then feel free to combine those in your painting. Feel free to experiment; you're the master of your work!
For this photo in particular, I should note that the corners of Stephen's mouth almost disappeared...but theare're even though. If you add them (with subtle touches), perhaps will help to the realistic effect.