Modelled by artist Elin Josefsson
Thank you dear Guest, it makes all the difference when you have such a lovely model
beautyful those eyes, that look!!
Thank you for the lovely comment my friend
Hey Scott, where have you been? hope this means that you are back in the game, Pal! your work is a real star turn!!!!
I've been away from Epi for a long time but I signed back in just so I could comment on this. I see your magical touch with those colored pencils is still in fine form James. Beautiful.
Yeah I know, Marley, I really do need to get some comp smarts, unfortunately I'm working with a dial up service and a camera at my mum's just now...once back home I'll endevour to experiment with the imaging prog! thanks pal
Thanks james, i think i know which technique you are trying to emulate..by contrast adjustments, i mean digitally, just to lift the image a little, i think simon explained the process to ya some time ago..ANYWAYS, i appreciate your skill none the less~~Marley
Hey Rita, thank you so much....heh heh I knew that old leather jacket of mine would come in useful!
Thank you so much, Trish, I'm glad you are enjoying the direction I'm taking with my new work
Heh heh Marley, I'm not sure if she does but I like to think that after a good work out fighting bad guys she gets kinda toned up...then it's a bit of R&R on the lounger for a wee while! I've been kinda experimenting with the shadows in my work lately...sort of inspired by the early oil portraits in the national galleries where a lot of details and outlines are only hinted at and obscured by shadow...really just trying to see how far I can go with pencils! of course I take on board all you say here my friend...onwards and hopefully upwards
Wow, does Elin really have abbs like these ..Love how you've articulated the leather jacket, James. again nothing but a fine display of your talent..WISH to heck you'd've figured contrast adjustments by now .
Brilliant artwork, Jamie! Just love her leather jacket and skin tones - GREAT DONE!!
this is wonderful James. Each posting seems better than the last. Just beautiful. Trish
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