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Thread: Regina - first steps

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    Post Regina - first steps

    I'm making a fantasy queen in hi-tech world.
    These are the first steps. (Only felt pen


    I hope you like it!



    REFERENCE:


    OTHER STEPS? SOON!
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    ohh very impressive! even on this state, the picture tells his story... I'm curious, how it will grow

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    Now i like it al
    lovely soft collors!
    manny greetings..Marja

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    Great so far, I shall look forward to the following steps.

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    Very nice already ! This will be interesting to follow !


    I even like the reference.....
    Just say: "Rage It", because we already know it's art.

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    thanks to all!
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    It really is heading for where you want it.

    Very reminiscent of some of the big name fantasy illustrators from the 60's and 70's. There was a visual freedom and decorative playfulness in that time that many people have ignored, based mostly on a slavish adherence to realism.

    It's always nice when the two are combined.

    Very fine start. I love how you have expanded upon the hair swirls. It adds so much of a fantasy feel, and it shows how closely interactive you are with the source image. Nice.

    Can't wait to see the next steps.

    Bravo.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    very pretty...is that angelina jolie? from beowulf?
    looks very pretty

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    misterpaint, you should change your name to masterpaint, you are so talented. I really like to see all your WIPs posts. They are very helpful to me. Thanks for sharing. I knew this one will be another great piece. Love how you change from the photo to totally different feel. Can't wait to see your next step.

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    THX THX THX!

    STEP2


    I don't want to look like Angelina Jolie. I used the photos only as reference, in this way is more fun.


    STEP3? SOON!
    Last edited by misterpaint; 01-30-2009 at 01:38 PM.
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