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    Trial Metal rendering

    Hiya,
    I'd posted this trial rendering of steel elsewhere so thought I'd post it here for crit.
    also attaching a quick trial for rendering gold.
    all comments are welcome.

    P.S. The steel can was based on a tut from:
    http://ales-kotnik.deviantart.com/gallery/#Step-By-Step
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    Last edited by flyashy; 06-21-2009 at 12:20 AM.
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    very well done. I think you have it figured out...

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    Great metallic effects!
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    Thanks weembaman & scott,
    I hope I can use this in some ongoing WIPs
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    They look really convincing. Which media did you use?

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    Beautiful, Fly.

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    Very cool Fly! These turned out great. Looking closely, I can almost see an image of a person or something in the reflection of the spray can.
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    Very well done. I especially like the way you've contrasted the very effectively rendered metal spray can with the flat tones of the background. I also agree with Sketch that there's a hint of reflection in that same can; very nice.
    jb

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    @swiv, Thanks, I used only oils and the pallet knife, albeit varying the settings so much that I can't even remember what I used and wonder if I can replicate it it I have to! LOL.
    @Oriane, Thank you very much!
    @Sketch & Jbyrjbyr, Thanks, I wonder who that reflection might be..? Hey..who's that behind me..? and what's shadow on this shower curtain?? and this water drain with the water spiraling down?? who's that..??? aaaaaahhhhh!!!!!!

    Lol, glad you like it
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    Seem well done as standalone. The challenge is integrating them in a full painting with other objects. Nice exercises. Take the next leap with them.

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