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Thread: Apple

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    Apple

    I'm currently working an apple based on this tutorial for Painter. So far I have just airbrushed it. Initially I tried to use palette knife for blending, with poor results. Perhaps I should just redo it in watercolor or in oil just for comparison. I tried oils earlier with ok results.
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    Last edited by bebraw; 12-20-2009 at 09:12 PM. Reason: updated tutorial url

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    Have never wanted to eat a greyscale apple before !
    (I mean it looks very delectable)
    Last edited by iceaxe; 12-19-2009 at 11:42 AM.

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    Watercolor version

    Matthew, iceaxe: Thanks.

    Here's a quick new version made with watercolors + palette knife:
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    Last edited by bebraw; 12-19-2009 at 09:14 PM. Reason: Got rid of redundant <edit> tag.

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    That's really neat. If you are interested, I've had some pretty solid success introducing color to gray scale images created in AR. Just a thought, and these really don't need it, they have such character as they are. It's fun to see a solid artist try the same subject in different mediums, it really makes for a fascinating list of images. Thanks for sharing these!
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    Both are excellent, but I prefer that first airbrush one. Very fine work.

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    Gray, gzairborne: Thanks.

    I just whipped up a version with the paint roller. It's an interesting tool!
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    Equally beautiful. You are omni-talented. That's terrific roller work.

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