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Thread: Painting Marion Cotillard.. Art Pen.

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    Painting Marion Cotillard.. Art Pen.

    Hello:>


    Take it easy, it' s just a... vintage love;>

    .Painted mostly in PS. It is, [ I believe ] orig. shot by Alfred Cheney Johnston "Ziegfield girls" series ca. 1928)


    Here, before I added artificial grain.

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    Happy Holidays! :>


    OFF TOPIC.

    I filmed Mercury transit here;>


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Md0C_2towM





    cheers
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    This piece is based on one of the William-Adolphe Bouguereau's sketches I found on the internet.


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    Interesting vintage looks.
    I like very much the drawing. Did You use ArtRage pencil only?
    As for the B&W picture mostly on PS, I wonder if You started from either a reference or from scractch by mere fantasy ....
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caesar View Post
    Interesting vintage looks.
    I like very much the drawing. Did You use ArtRage pencil only?
    As for the B&W picture mostly on PS, I wonder if You started from either a reference or from scractch by mere fantasy ....
    Hello, thanks.

    As for the pencil drawing I used mostly Krita.
    For me Mypaint has the most powerful "pencil - engine" but unfortunately it is buggy. (both Krita and MyPaint are free)
    B&W picture is almost the master copy of the photo by Alfred Cheney Johnston "Ziegfield girls" series ( ca. 1928).


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    Beautiful women and anything Bougerreau is a winner with me. I'm not sure what you're showing you did. Are you showing how you changed the colors or colorized a classical style Bougerreau drawing? And how did you work on the photo of the women other than adding an effect?

    I'm sure you're doing something, I'm just not sure what. Is your point about manipulation of pre-existing images to make it look like it was originally intended? Or for giving it a faux finish for a new spin?

    Anyway, it's intriguing.

    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Quote Originally Posted by D Akey View Post
    Beautiful women and anything Bougerreau is a winner with me. I'm not sure what you're showing you did. Are you showing how you changed the colors or colorized a classical style Bougerreau drawing? And how did you work on the photo of the women other than adding an effect?

    I'm sure you're doing something, I'm just not sure what. Is your point about manipulation of pre-existing images to make it look like it was originally intended? Or for giving it a faux finish for a new spin?

    Anyway, it's intriguing.


    Hello, thanks for your question. Everything I do I do it from scratch (sketch), of course. It's called hyperrealism. The "Ziegfield girls" I started hmmmm... two years ago ;p Just buried it for a while and finished lately.
    Let me show you the original piece by William-Adolphe Bouguereau.

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    Doing "Bouguereau" is a must for me to escape hyperrealism which I see as a dead end for every artist.



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    Love your beautiful sketches

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    Are you using ArtRage at all?
    June.

    Oh God of homeless things, look down
    And try to ease the way
    Of all the little weary paws
    That walk the world
    today.
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    Unknown.

    http://enug66.deviantart.com/gallery/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enug View Post
    Are you using ArtRage at all?

    Sure, Every piece of software I have on my SSD ;>
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    So I tried linework..... ufffff. New stuff is always exiting ;>




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    Happy Holidays!


    A.J.
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