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Thread: Tribute to Clint Eastwood

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    Tribute to Clint Eastwood

    Hey, there! This is my tribute to the original American badass . It's definitely a step up from the other two paintings I've posted here. I suppose I'd call this painting style a mix between impressionism and pointillism but whatever it is, it definitely is my favourite style of painting - and it's what i'll probably be doing for the majority of my paintings from now on.

    Yes, he does not have eyes. Criticism is always welcome.
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    Hi. T L O. Great that's the style I'm trying to get. Not finding easy

    But you've got there. Congrats. E+.

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    The style and the painting are great and the likeness as well! Bravo!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    great impression and you really have captured the Clint squint!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gxhpainter View Post
    great impression and you really have captured the Clint squint!
    Thank you! The eyes were very hard for me and it took some time before he stopped looking like a soulless demon.

    Thanks to everyone else, also. In all fairness, I had to start the painting by drawing a quick outline sketch with a grid. Then I had to double check it with the trace tool to make sure I got it right. I'm just horrible with nose and eye proportions but a little more practice and I think I'll get much better.

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