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Jessica Alba

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A speed painting of Jessica Alba

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Texture

Heya.... I used to do what you did and blur my images to get a smoother shadow. But to be honest - You are best off just painting with the airbrush and getting some skin textures painted in. That way it wont look so 'plasticy' if that makes sense :S ... for pores on the face... just use the circular brush and put 'scatter' on :) go lightly tho!



Blurry

She's a little too blurry.. the tone of her face doesn't quite match that of the rest of her body. The clothes are a little off, too. Her teeth are morbidly white. However... being that this is a speed painting, and far better than I would've been able to do.. I have to give you two thumbs up. It does look like her, there's only a few things off. All in all, I think it's great, even given the issues.

Keep up the good work :)



Ok let's see.

Well the shoulders are definitely an issue. I'm liking the hair, but her skin looks very plastic and the arms aren't as anatomically correct as they should be. Another point is that the face looks pasted on, and the clothes seem to sit gently on top of her, not as if she's actually wearing them. Otherwise its a very nice picture and is getting very close to realism.


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Pretty Cool

A Very Artistic And realistic Artwork.



well my friend....

youre aesome


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Blud-Shot
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Score
3.30 / 5.00

Uploaded
May 1, 2010 | 8:02 PM EDT
Category
Illustration
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707 x 900 px
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314.8 kb
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