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3.46 / 5.00

Date
05/04/2012
Category
Illustration
File Info
1276 x 1753 px
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1.1 mb
Tags
dance
dancer
latin
flamenco

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Author Comments

I made this image just to test out this female anatomy dummy I had made [can be found in my gallery] I liked the image so I decided to paint it. I didn't expect it to take so long to make but now here it is over 10 hours of work.

This painting started off with making a gray scale image, then adding flat colors to it and the final step was to texture it to give the skin and clothes a realistic pattern to it.

Even though this was a test image I'm glad how it turned out at the end. I learned one important thing from this: Feet are VERY difficult to make from this angle. If you want to see a close up of her face you can find it at opelm.com

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LobolopezLobolopez

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars May 6, 2012

I can see this is a practice and that you got your own judgement right. The only other thing I can see wrong though is her left leg, it looks a bit missplaced.

But what I really wanted to say is that somehow her facial features really reminds me to an andalusian woman, and it's not just because of the dress, believe me I'm from there.
I also like the dress, it is full of details which make it look more realistic.

It's been a while since I commented on an english-speaking site, so sorry for the possible mistakes :P


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Blud-Shot responds:

Thanks for your comment I actually learned something I didn't know about Andalusian until you mentioned it! You are right she does look like an Andalusian woman. Yea the left leg does have a problem. I wasn't able to see it while I was making the painting but I don't change it as a reminder of what I need to fix in the future.