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Thread: Evolution of a portrait

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    Evolution of a portrait

    This was one of the first portraits I tried when I got 2.5. (This is my nephew, who is aspiring to be a fitness model & trainer.) The first ry was quite clumsy - I was still figuring out how to apply "paint" in the right density and brush sizes. There are actually 4 versions, but I can't find the next-to-last version. I think it is archived on my external drive. Anyway. This is a series that ended up with the last image Finished in 3.0
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    Oh those eyes Skylar, they are wonderful. Its a terrific painting
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    I really like when people are actually posting the “steps/evolution” of their project. It gives us a small glimpse of the progression and technique use to create the artwork. Well done...

    Gilles

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    This is great SKB - the stand up and take notice type. Yes, the eyes have it - the whole expression is a magnificent capture.
    Agree re: posting the steps. It is so instructive and helpful even without elaboration.
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    Excellent Skylar and thank you for posting the steps. it is so helpful to see how you arrive at such wonderful work.

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    Excellent work Skylar!

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    Looks good. Can I ask how you achieved the smooth look in the final picture?

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    Nice. He's kinda handsome
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    I let this one slip by without thanking everyone for the WONDERFUL comments. So here I say thank you all so much.
    Omni - The smooth skin was achieved using the airbrush tool. Primarily, the slow flow setting adjusted in diff size outputs.
    Last edited by L Skylar Brown; 01-08-2010 at 04:32 AM. Reason: answer question

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