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4.59 / 5.00

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Dec 10, 2009 | 11:19 AM EST
Category
Illustration
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1208 x 1740 px
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871.3 kb
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butterfly
photoshop
woman
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"Tiger Butterfly" Dec 2009

Made for my photoshop class-
Based on the Jason Chan "Black Widow" tutorial.
Took about 15 hours to complete.

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thatwasathingthatwasathing

Rated 5 / 5 stars

why is this rated M i see no nipples and or vag?
but for real awesome work :)



ClutziiClutzii

Rated 5 / 5 stars

That really is stunning, It feels very emotional and captivating. I love it! And another thing I really appreciate is the proportion and modesty as well as elegance of this picture.


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juan6777juan6777

Rated 5 / 5 stars

damn!!!!!

ME GUSTA


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CommonOddityCommonOddity

Rated 5 / 5 stars

lolwut

Phenomenal work. There's nothing I can truly say about this piece that neither offends the eyes, nor stands out like a sore thumb. The choice in shades and contrast is perfect; the color and contrasts (not just shade, but between pallette) is simply impeccable. It really needs to be said. One of the most difficult things I find artists seem to have (something my friend that is an artist agrees on) is attaining balance in one's work.

It's difficult to portray something and make it pleasantly appealing to the eyes at the same time. Sometimes it is the nature of the object(s)/scene(s) that might make this a bloody challenge. Why do I mention this?

Simple. Take a look at the shades, and the colors you chose. Many of them complement each other, but then there's something adjacent or nearby that is either a rival counterpart or simply does not mesh well. Red and green vs yellow and brown....

So why do you deserve to be showered in applause and sex? The way you imbued other colors into each other. Light shades, slivers and 'reflections' into the dress, chair (at least the frame), etc. Bloody brilliant.

Kudos to you. Keep up the awesome.
-CO


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MattC0xMattC0x

Rated 5 / 5 stars

......Meh...

I would.