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Thread: Frank Frazetta's 'The Death Dealer'

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    Frank Frazetta's 'The Death Dealer'

    This is my first post as I've only been a bit of a lurker until now. So hello all

    I've previously treated Artrage as a toy of sorts, just mucking about and so on but decided I wanted to make a proper effort to paint something. After some deliberation I decided to copy a piece for an exercise in both painting and using Artrage 4. This is the end result, a respectful (I hope) version of Frank Frazetta's amazing 'The Death Dealer'.

    I hope I've done it some justice.
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    welcome to the forum Bertrude, you certainly did great justice to this work from Frank Frazetta. so as a first cut using ArtRage you already have a very high skill level.. I think some previous or current formal training is showing through here... hope to see more wonderful works from you soon.

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    Thank you. Most kind.

    Yeah I do have an arty background of sorts but I come from a more Graphic Design-based education. Painting kind of got left behind after college as I found work as a Graphic Designer but it's something I'd like to pursue more these days as I find it more rewarding. I love the flexibility of digital work (undo's and layers are brill) as I've always felt kind of tentative about making marks on paper/canvas etc. I've used Photoshop quite a bit and tried my hand at some digital painting in that over the last few years, but Artrage has a nice unique feel to it and feels just that little bit more natural.
    Last edited by Bertrude; 06-26-2014 at 08:57 AM.

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    Great painting and welcome, hope to see many more

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    Fantastic study, you nailed it !!! One of my Fav paintings by Frank Frazetta. Well done, looking forward to seeing your original work.

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    Great rendition of Frazetta's painting! This one happens to be one of my favourites of his, so it's great how you did it justice.

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    wow, very game style . very beautifully! light and shadow come to be here . hope to see another paintings of yours!

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    Superb!, and welcome to the forum. I am looking forward to what you can do with ArtRage.

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    Welcome! You performed magnificently here with this elegant interpretation of Frazetta. Congrats!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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