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Thread: Nick's Rage Against the Machine Spot

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    Nick's Rage Against the Machine Spot

    I'll post art painted in this wonderful software, that I actually finish in here, if that's OK with everybody.

    First up - A piece I decided to call finished after a bit of last minute tinkering today. It's for a weekly challenge over at Imaginefx.com - the theme for this one being 'Twilight'. It's a bit grim, but I had a ball playing with knocking up custom stencils to use.

    'Wakey Wakey'
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    Nick Harris Artwork
    http://nickillus.com

    New system as of April 2011
    i5 quad core - Asus P7P55LX
    Windows 7 Home Premium
    8gig DDR3 RAM
    Wacom intuos 3 A5
    Radeon 512mb graphics card


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    irishrose Guest
    It must definitely be getting close to Halloween... if I had hiccups, the moment I opened this they would be gone! LOL Great rendering, nothing like Barnabas Collins though, he was mild compared to this bloke!

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    _Lady_Art_ Guest
    so fantastic...

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    Hello Nick....I have just been into your web page....FANTASTIC work...WELL WORTH A LOOK>>>!!!.You are my kind of Artist,...JUst been looking at your sailors rest picture....that is so amazing, the nearest I got to anything that detailed,..was my Admiral Benbow,which was a bit detailed in the end,( With much help from mr D Akey, and FASHMIR), really wish I could show you that one as it started and progressed, it was an ongoing thing at the time, and we had much fun with it, your art is great, that particular one must haver taken an age to do...well done mate that one should be labelled a NICK classic....Thanks for putting that link on to your work....... Jack.
    http://jacktar51.cgsociety.org/
    Some of my artwork can be seen at the above link.......Jack.

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    :shock:

    Ahm.... ...wow!

    I guess I better go dig for more of your posts there, sir! That's friggin fantastic stuff! :idea:

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    wakey wakey

    excellent DARK work..getting the form and textures at such a low-key value is so hard (for me) you seem to do it effortlessly.

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    Can you confirm for us fans Nick
    if this is an entirely AR or partially AR work of art?

    Just like to know thats all.

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    Gosh, thanks everybody for that warm reception to a creepy piece.

    Jim, I don't find this sort of tonal range any easier than you. I just kind of built it up slowly using a number of layers with different textures and blending modes. I went too far at one point and had to pull it back. Ask D Akey. He spotted it straight away and helped me clear my thoughts. Gave a great explanation of why he thought it didn't work too. Now that's what I call 'constructive criticism'. Excellent.

    Rowena - All the painting and drawing was done in ArtRage.
    The only thing I did in any other programme was prepare some image files I had, as single layer psd to import to make textural stencils. Do I pass?

    Cheers all,
    Nick
    Nick Harris Artwork
    http://nickillus.com

    New system as of April 2011
    i5 quad core - Asus P7P55LX
    Windows 7 Home Premium
    8gig DDR3 RAM
    Wacom intuos 3 A5
    Radeon 512mb graphics card


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    Great painting, ah, with a roll-over to hear the rattling breath and the rusty hinge on the coffin -- fantastic image, well-rendered.
    We are in the process of becoming.

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    Great fantasy stuff!
    You have amazing talent!
    This is so fiinely drawn and painted.
    A stellar job on lighting and colors.
    It is a wonderful piece of art.

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