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Thread: Indio (completed with sticker grass to the end)

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    Indio (completed with sticker grass to the end)

    I used one of my sketches to carry out an experiment with a blended layer and which included the gloop pen use.
    Some interesting effects and tricks ... but not a really tuned procedure as yet.
    I attach both the color outcome and the tonal sketch ...
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    Last edited by Caesar; 02-02-2011 at 10:11 PM.
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    Has a bit of the feel of the Disney animated movie Tarzan. . . which of course was like Frazetta and that ilk.

    Feels cool. He does not look entirely settled down on his haunches to me though. He looks like he is just starting to rise or not quite settled in. I think it's either the weight distribution or the compression and way the leg segments are settled in to one another.

    But it's pretty darn good. The criticism is minor.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    A great little experiment dear Cesare with a very nice outcome.
    I wonder if he is spying on Jane
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    Thank You, dear D Akey and Amanda!
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    I wish that I could do figures as well dear Cesare. I admire your talent greatly and it is always a pleasure viewing your artwork.

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    I like the stage of experiment that art lives. It seems an Amazonian Indians.

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    These small experiments we are evolving a special technique. Good job

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    I don't want to sell the fox' fur before killing (as we use to say), but I think I have know an idead for mproving my drawings and their style in more than one way ....

    Thank You, dear D Akey for Your most encouraging word which are also really fruitful to ponderate and improve.

    Thank You, dear Sandra. My mind is so crowded with figures i have to send some out each and now ...

    Right Lando! As for the indio, that was the idea. Thanks!

    Dear Javier, You clearly showed it on Your wonderful drawings.Thank You!
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    Interesting experiment. The sketch has a more prehistorical look to me, i guess mainly due to the shape of the forehead that prominent jawbone. You fixes it with your coloring as the colored version clearly shows an indio. How a few strokes can change the look of a whole painting. Anyhow you're really good with your sketches mate, as I think I've already mentioned before

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    I like the background effect on the first one. Your figures are always so interesting!

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