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Thread: From WIP to 'Finished' - My first ArtRage creation

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    From WIP to 'Finished' - My first ArtRage creation

    I posted the intermediate one on the WIP section - you can find the reference photo here (http://www2.ambientdesign.com/forums...pic.php?t=3755). Here is the finished work. I learned a lot about layers (this one has 13 in all) and those glass lenses taught me a ton about when to blend and when not to blend, as well as inter-layer blending techniques.

    Comments are welcomed and encouraged - bad OR good. I have thick skin so be critical. It's the only way we learn.
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    Robert, very nice. Thank you for sharing.

    Lynda

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    Stunning portrait. Awesome stuff.
    AndyRage's mantra for graphics engine code:
    "Sure - how hard can it be?"

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    Beautifully rendered! I love the textures of the skin, hair and glasses all working together so well, even though they are so different.

    She looks cute with a flair for the stylish. Successfully pic.

    Nice selection of photo reference too. I always preferred to work from good source material too.

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    nice girl... we can see the huge work you've done on the sunglass, it's perfect!
    my only little crit are the hairs on the right side...they're to smooth for the rest of the picture!

    greez
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    Excellent.

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    good realisation. It s a good example of what it's possible with such a pencil and a good hand
    experience comes from bad judgements, good judgements come from experience (old wise indian proverb)

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