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Main : ! 3D Art ! : DC Comics :  WonderWoman

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WonderWoman
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SubmitterMikeallMore Photos from Mikeall   Last Update2012/6/16 11:33
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Character Study using Poser and Daz's Victoria 3, for reference, and then some painting undertaken in Photoshop. Thanks for looking.

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pijon
Posted: 2012/6/17 14:45  Updated: 2012/6/17 14:45
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From: United States
Posts: 6363
 Re: WonderWoman
Yours is one of the more distinctive styles using Poser I've seen. Outstanding work once again!
Mikeall
Posted: 2012/6/17 2:24  Updated: 2012/6/17 2:24
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 Re: WonderWoman
Thanks Arch Nemesis, the nostalgic aspect has always been linked to how much I appreciate the illustrative work that used to be used to tell stories (and of course to attract our intention). I am also convinced that a digital toolset, used creatively, provides illustrators with the means to recover some of the popular ground (illustration in mass publications) that was lost to photography.
Mikeall
Posted: 2012/6/17 2:15  Updated: 2012/6/17 2:15
mutant
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 Re: WonderWoman
Technically, I try hard for a good pose, if it's a single study like these, and then set up the render to provide the optimal conditions for manipulation in Photoshop. I like to contest some of the realism that inevitably results from software like Poser or Daz Studio, by using either a wide blurry paint daub or dry brush filter to create more basic blocks of tone and colour - just as I used to start a painting traditionally. Then it's a case of working the image to a 'painterly' conclusion, with smudge tool brushes and paint brushes. I don't like the the watercolour filter at all, or any others unless it's used as a means to achieve something that doesn't look 'mechanical' or 'programmed. My choice of a digital workflow has been because of the 'turnaround' - I can meet deadlines, and realise ideas, in ways that would take much longer if I worked traditionally. Thanks for your comment.
lexluthor76
Posted: 2012/6/17 1:14  Updated: 2012/6/17 1:14
superhero
Joined: 2009/8/19
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 Re: WonderWoman
what filters did you use,looks like watercolor and maybe accented edges,that's what I'm seeing just some good filter work
StarChild
Posted: 2012/6/16 14:13  Updated: 2012/6/16 14:13
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From: Matteson, Il
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 Re: WonderWoman
absolute beautiful work. one has to really appreciate the nostalgic impression of your work and i for one do.