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Thread: Anthony Hopkins - Artrage/Illustrator

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    Anthony Hopkins - Artrage/Illustrator

    I started this in Illustrator and then moved it to Artrage to do the blending and enhance details. I find this works best for me. I've tried painting straight-up before but I could never progress past a certain point in my work.

    I'm still not where I want to be, but I'm moving forward.
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    Moving forward is good. But this really looks like him. Fine painting.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Nicely done. My wafe said almost looks like a photo.

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    Thanks. I tend to go back and forth between raster (Artrage) and vector. I guess the vector would be considered my underpainting.

    This is how far I got with vector:

    Oops. It's telling me I have to post more in order to post URLs. I will show you the vector version when I have posted more.

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    Never mind, I'll just attach it.
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    Here are the outlines.
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    Well You did pretty well! The likeness is impressive and You seem to have pursued a very cold form of technical perfection probably in order to deprive him of a specific personality (since he's such a great and flexible actor to play any character) and You used a sort of topological sketching of planes or rather level curves on his face.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Thats a neat painting, well done
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Outstanding and thanks for the glimpse inside your workflow...

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    I really like the first one where you seem to have created a great depth in the contours of the face to give an almost 3d effect.
    Well done.
    Geoff

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