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Thread: A Martini or a Punt e Mes?

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    A Martini or a Punt e Mes?

    Imaginary. Just an experiment leading to a sort of past time advertisement type of illustration.
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    Very nice Caesar, just one question, do her feet hurt wearing shoes like that.
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    Good form and well done Caesar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by limey-g View Post
    Very nice Caesar, just one question, do her feet hurt wearing shoes like that.
    Geoff
    Thank You, dear Geoff! Ladies unfortunately have to wear also uncomfortable shoes sometimes ...

    That's a way to go for a vintage ad style, but still to fix it, dear Jibes. Thank You!
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    She seems to be straining...is she about to emit gas maybe? HAHA...love your illustrations
    Try to see as many angles of vision as possible...no single one of us has a "handle" on the whole picture.

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    Thank You, dear Steve! I rather wish to think she's smelling some flowers blooming in the garden ...LOL
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    Thank You, dear Kenmo! That's what I appreciated too here when I, surprisingly to some extent, got it pretty evident.
    What I was amazed, too once again, is that I using the mouse only here, I found that along certain directions and on a small enough look, it gives good lines which don't look at all shaky, as quite often happens to me using the pencil by hand and my cheap tablet.
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    Glad they arent my shoes dear Cesare but great painting
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    Right, dear Katie! Sice the illustration looks a little retrņ, these shoes are the ones of vintage US pin-up, nice, but not too much classy (they couldn't import Italian ones then which, by they way, weren't industrialized and exported massively as yet) LOL Thank You!
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