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Main : ! Manip ! : Marvel Comics :  Spider-Woman

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SubmitterdeathroseMore Photos from deathrose   Last Update2007/4/10 22:17
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Once again it's been a while since I've posted anything here, but life gets in the way of art far too often.  Recently I was approached by a friend who wanted to commission a manip of Jennifer Morrison of House as Spider-Woman, so...this is the result. She was very pleased, so I assume it turned out ok.  

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chowyspizz
Posted: 2007/8/29 9:22  Updated: 2007/8/29 9:22
Ring Forger
Joined: 2007/8/23
From: Mexico
Posts: 1252
 Re: Spider-Woman
i looove it, i hope the Dr asks me to take one of those and see her again in the morning
Lady Heromorph
Posted: 2007/4/17 12:03  Updated: 2007/4/17 12:03
Official Award
Joined: 2005/10/21
From: Mammoth Mountain
Posts: 5234
 Re: Spider-Woman
This image made Lady Heromorphs Top Ten Pictures of the week ending April 14 2007.
JrMcDeath
Posted: 2007/4/16 12:23  Updated: 2007/4/16 12:23
Kling on HM (WebMaster!)
Joined: 2004/7/19
From: My Box
Posts: 6969
 Re: Spider-Woman
NIce Frank Job. The gloves could use a little work, and IMO the bottom edge of her top is turing the wrong direction. Does that make sense?

But it is still a real good image!!!
BikerBot
Posted: 2007/4/13 16:36  Updated: 2007/4/13 16:36
Mr. The Mighty Lord *Krackaboom!*
Joined: 2004/1/13
From: The Good Earth
Posts: 3277
 Re: Spider-Woman
There is a term for what you are doing. it's called Frankensteining.

Ask me how I know...

10 from me, and let's see some more,
BB
ortiz01lgnd
Posted: 2007/4/12 14:09  Updated: 2007/4/12 14:09
superhero
Joined: 2007/4/3
From: Fort Lauderdale
Posts: 263
 Re: Spider-Woman
Thanks. I guess I just never thought of that. I just figured that I would have to "Simulate" all the apparel. Thanks for the tip. Who would've figured that something so beautiful could come from "stealing."
Wasmith
Posted: 2007/4/11 10:15  Updated: 2007/4/11 10:15
Time Lord!
Joined: 2004/8/27
From: Knobblers Gob
Posts: 2001
 Re: Spider-Woman
Well, the way you blend the stolen fabric pieces works beautifully.
deathrose
Posted: 2007/4/11 8:30  Updated: 2007/4/11 8:30
mutant
Joined: 2005/5/17
From: Houston, Texas
Posts: 112
 Re: Spider-Woman
I don't suppose a tutorial is really needed, honestly. It's not so much "mimicing" the textures as opposed to manipulating them. What I do is a find a nice large hi res pic of the fabric that I want and I steal pieces from it. Sometimes I put together a bunch of little squares copied from the fabric and just create something new with it, using the shadows and highlights from the original picture where ever they need to be on whatever article of clothing I'm creating...or I just take a full article of clothing and slap it on a body, with a few alterations to make it "fit". It's just a trick. *L*

For this one? The shirt I made from rearranging a leather jacket I found online (I took all of my pieces from those great zoomed in shots showing off details on the garment). The belt and bottom of the shirt I pieced together from a yellow patent leather purse, the pants I completely took from another picture with only minor alterations for size and smoothing (I had to blow it up from a rather small picture, so it was pixelated), and the gloves I painted from scratch.

I would've done the mask, but it gave me such trouble that I decided to leave it for later, if I get the inspiration to work on it some more.

So you see, I'm just a form of magician! I wish I were talented enough to create textures that look real, but I'm not, so I borrow them from other pictures. *L*
ortiz01lgnd
Posted: 2007/4/11 8:06  Updated: 2007/4/11 8:06
superhero
Joined: 2007/4/3
From: Fort Lauderdale
Posts: 263
 Re: Spider-Woman
Deathrose, can you please post a tutorial on how to mimic fabric textures. You do a great job and I would like to aswell. Thanks
Blitz
Posted: 2007/4/11 7:21  Updated: 2007/4/11 7:21
mutant
Joined: 2003/10/16
From: Dante's Easy-Bake
Posts: 199
 Re: Spider-Woman
very good. love the details on the vest.
Dragondack
Posted: 2007/4/10 22:35  Updated: 2007/4/10 22:35
The Great Eternal Dragon
Joined: 2004/2/9
From: Edmonton,Alberta,Canada
Posts: 11004
 Re: Spider-Woman
Oh yeah,Amazing Babe,Nice outfit,No mask?