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11,717
Score
4.81 / 5.00

Date
01/31/2014
Category
Illustration
File Info
912 x 1290 px
JPG
230 kb
Tags
hair
pretty
beautiful
portrait
  • Frontpaged January 31, 2014

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Author Comments

Inspired by one of Marcin Wuu's lighting set ups!

Hope you guys like it.

EDIT: Thanks for the frontpage!

Reviews


IcitIcit

Rated 5 / 5 stars Feb 1, 2014

The ambience can bring a tear to the eye...



SkuhPlewSkuhPlew

Rated 5 / 5 stars Feb 1, 2014

Da skin. D: It looks soo real.



PurpleWind64PurpleWind64

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Jan 31, 2014

Simply beautiful.



SamZeeSamZee

Rated 5 / 5 stars Jan 31, 2014

Beautiful drawing, I love it! One thing I'd like to note though are the eyes, the left one (right for her) is a bit off. A bit pushed into her head if I may say so. But seriously, I absolutely hate drawing eyes and there symmetry, they are so anarchistic if it comes to the rules of my head-pencil connection.
Also something I noticed is that it looks to me like she is underwater. As if in some sort of bottle containing a preserving liquid. Like the squid-embryos in my classroom for biology.


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JoshSummana responds:

thank you! I have ammended it!


SabtasticSabtastic

Rated 5 / 5 stars Jan 31, 2014

So beautiful...! I just wanna touch her face! asdfujhagiouabvassdgfv

Seriously though, everything from the palette to the model is fantastic in this piece. What kinds of brushes do you use for such seamless blending?


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JoshSummana responds:

Thanks for your comment!!! ^_^
I only really used 3 brushes for this. One was a kind of medium/hard edged brush for the main forms. It had kind of a charcoal-ish texture which added to the skin 'look'. The other was the same but just a really soft brush to blend edges and get that smooth feel. I used a standard speckle brush for the hair to give me some individual strands but other than that, nothing special :).