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Thread: a wip with a photography for base

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    a wip with a photography for base

    the original photography
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    first step, added ears,tatoos,earings, redo eyes, added hairs, gauntlets, change the wine to glowing liquid
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    second step,added an armor, a cloak , redraw the liquid to makes it glow more, tweking to the lighting and reflexions
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    third step, added a new character to the scene
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    to be continued

    hope you're like it

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    Very nice but, if your going to do all that work to the photo why start with a photo.? Your plenty good enought to just make the whole painting...

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    Quote Originally Posted by weembaman View Post
    Your plenty good enought to just make the whole painting...
    i would like to be that good

    thanks for the comment

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    That's really fun and the subject will probably enjoy seeing himself as a warrior elf! Try using the photo as a tracing and reference instead so you can easily remove it when you have the painting fully done. I understand using the photo to keep your proportions and lines restrained.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anarkissed View Post
    Try using the photo as a tracing and reference instead so you can easily remove it when you have the painting fully done
    it's a layer, i can switch it on / off

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    Wow, that's a lot of fun... and it's fantastic to see the steps along the way! It's kind of like watching a transmogrifier in action :-)

    One minor thing... you might redo the cape as standing out more from the shoulders. It looks to be exactly following the original person's back, so with the shadows on the armor, it makes the body too small. If it stood out, it'd restore some of the depth so the person would appear to have more normal proportions.

    Cool, though... keep us posted!
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    thanks for the advice , i'd noticed the cloak (cape est tu aussi francais ? ) don't look good it's on my todo list ,)

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    Impressive work so far. Best wishes and great expectations for a goregous ending of this fantastic experiment!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    finaly i removed the cloak changed the background adding some lights and fire creatures.

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    Case -- that's fantastic! You've really improved it. Removing the cloak/cape/whatever :-) definitely helped. The fire creatures are good too. You might possibly want to shade the tattoo a bit... it would follow the form of the neck a bit better then. But overall it's fantastic! I really like the robot... he cracks me up every time I see this one.
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