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    Geronimo

    My try at a portrait of Wes Studi's portrayal of Geronimo, in the movie of the same name.
    Used a reference picture from the movie. It's attached below the painting.

    Thanks to Sketch for his great tutorial on hair. I didn't do it justice, but I'm learning.
    All done in AR2.5, airbrush, chalk, crayon, andknife.
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    He looks great Barn, I can't make the crayon or chalk do anything for me

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    Very nice Barny, I love the background colors

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    Quote Originally Posted by justjean View Post
    He looks great Barn, I can't make the crayon or chalk do anything for me
    Thanks Jean. I can't do an entire painting with them like some do, but they are handy tools for certain things. I used the crayon for the hair (Sketch's Tutorial). I used the chalk out of desperation. In the reference picture, the actor has lots of these little pock marks, for lack of a better term. Every time I tried to duplicate them, it just came out like dots standing on top of the face. So, I changed the layer to a "crumpled" canvas, which made the chalk break up into little pieces. Then I took the eraser at 3% pressure and about 25 to 40% area, and just kept erasing until they looked more like they were a part of the face instead of sitting on top of it.
    Thanks again!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pat1940 View Post
    Very nice Barny, I love the background colors
    Thank you Pat. I borrowed that background from a painting I did a couple of years ago. Divided, stretched, flipped, blended, and darkened so it was different and used it here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexandra View Post
    Wow, very good Mike!!!
    I put in two plus hard days of work on this, and I was pretty happy with how it turned out. Thank you very much Sandy.
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    nice work. you did a great job with the face and hair.

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    Very nice work dear Barn your portraits are coming on nicely
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    Quote Originally Posted by gxhpainter View Post
    nice work. you did a great job with the face and hair.
    Thank you very much. I truly appreciate that.
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