poser for the model but all is painted in photoshop
As a poser artist myself, i find this supurb!!!
great tonal range and those roiling clouds.....
thank you for the comments and help.
I really like this pose. It shows Triumph very well. However the short sword arm looks odd like everyone else says. I think that you could fix it by shaving off some of the side. I only just noticed that the chest continues on from the lighted part of the chest. That might have thrown the way the arm looks off just a little bit. So if you shave a bit of it off it may just work, and make his hand a smidge bigger. Other than that this pose is excellent!
Brilliant and impressive image! The light, colors and atmosphere is amazing. You are very talanted and have fantastic painting skills..
hi Mel -amazing atmosphere
Hi Uwe,Hmm.thank you
I know about the arm this is the prob with the 3d model eh? hehe.anyways I practice more my drawing so I can stop to use my old poser model.thanks alot
hi there mel - it is sooooooo cool to see your work in here - you see you finaly made it - i am really proud of you - the clouds and the light in this piece is really brethtaking - congrats - about the shoulder, hmm yes it is not 100% correct - but for me the whole pose workd really well - mel this is all in all a really great piece - way to go!!!!!
Great work; especially the clouds, but you might want to look at some anatomy drawings. His shoulder goes all the way to where the bicep reaches the forearm, and I'm not sure what that is in the middle of his arm... a worm or something? The forearm is way too long. Otherwise very good.
No prob. If it is a dagger, the hand should be bigger.
yes lol.I think you right but it's only my first post ; )
In my mind it was a dagger.hehe.
and not a sword.thanks for the perspective tip
I agree, the point of view should be lower to have the sword like that. You may also want to use forced perspective if it is still too small.
ha hes white look how small his sword is ha ha ha
Great colors and great painting. The sword arm looks odd though. That's what my shoulder looks like when it's dislocated.
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