Shine on me


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A study I worked on for a few days. It's been rigorous trying to get content out and at the same time just trying to learn new things and practicing. Not sure what to name our fair maiden here, I've always enjoyed doing portraits. I'll leave it up to you.

Photoshop CS6
Wacom Intuos 3

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Wonderful! The shading, the lighting, the proportions, all are so very grand. It's almost like a picture.

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Zigan responds:

Thank you very much! :)

I wouldn't stress about titles too much. I laughed at the "heavenly" tag. You could just call it Heavenly. Not much to say about it, keep doing what you're doing. But why has it been rigorous if you don't mind me asking?

Zigan responds:

Thanks for the input. I may change the tag, it was in the late hours when I uploaded this and it may have been the "bloomy" aspect of the picture that made me think of something "heavenly" :P To answer your question though, I've just been having trouble finding the right times to get in the creative mood and draw/paint. It's really just been stress and handling time optimally. When I do decide to sit down and draw, it can also be hard to decide if I want to make a finished product or practice sketching. Often times I sketch for a little bit and then pick one of the subjects and sometimes put too much time into it when it ends up going nowhere but with the other piles of unfinished work. Its trouble finding a happy medium of drawing for fun and then drawing with discipline.

love her. very realistic <3

Zigan responds:


Very beautiful! The only name I could think of is "My Fair Lady." Lame but it is all I can think of at the moment lol. Good job though.

Zigan responds:

Lol, thanks for the feedback! :)

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4.86 / 5.00

Apr 2, 2015
2:06 AM EDT
Fine Art
File Info
1080 x 862 px
621.9 KB

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