Calista - The Queen's Advisor by hechtal

Calista - The Queen's Advisor

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Added: Dec 13, 2003
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The third image in my cinemtaic experiments! Wacom drawn in PS 7.

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hechtal's picture

Thanks Ken! I'll post a detailed version, and I'll also try flipping the image around as you suggested!

kenmeyerjr's picture

Nice work...maybe you could post a detail of the girl? You know what this would look like if it was reversed horizontally, is a wrap around book cover.

hechtal's picture

Also, I know my messages will be out of order, Lew if you are reading this, thanks for the comments but I had to delete your post because I recieved a few complaints on language, but thank you!

hechtal's picture

Thank you Erin!

hechtal's picture

Thanks Rebecca!

hechtal's picture

Thank you Kara, I have been pushing myself hard for a softer, more realistic approach to my style. I've also been experimenting with colors alot, and I've been pretty pleased lately with the results!

hechtal's picture

Well, I chose to use black frames because I am heavily influenced by film, and I want my pieces to appear as if they are stills from a movie. I didn' realize they were so popular, and here I was thinking I was being unique! Maybe I haven't been looking around enough here...Anyway, thank you for the crit and the comments!

hechtal's picture

Thank you Sean, that's the kind of effect I'm going for!

ekearney's picture

Very cool picture. I like the motion of her hair. Good work!

goddessart's picture

Beautiful work.

Guest's picture

Wow, I love your style. I love how you use light and color to make it so soft and give it such a 'natural' feel. All the colors seem to blend together, and make it feel so real.

pageaxe's picture

It looks like this one and the two previous if lined up could make one panoramic view of the different characters and like in the movies,when they pull the scene back you can see them standing together.Pretty cool!

Art at its best.