pizzaface2101 4:17PM Wed, 02 October 2013
Thank you for this tutorial. Yes its quite advanced for my current skill level (very novice) but still, I like a challenge..
rayshawcross 10:32AM Sat, 19 September 2009
very usefull one of the best love it thank you
Theta 7:19AM Sun, 30 November 2008
@Tedc: the reference image was ca. 300x400 pix approximately. My final image features 10 times more. Now think for yourself how many details a picture of 300x400 pix has and how many details you can see in mine. Na?
Butchr 10:47AM Sat, 18 October 2008
This will be added to my archives of "how its done" items. Thanks for taking your time to unselfishly share this with all . . . .B
TIMMYLYNN 12:17AM Fri, 17 October 2008
Thank you. That was very informative and interesting!!! peace and love
Tedc 2:31PM Thu, 16 October 2008
I must admit that the reproduction is fantastic,but to my way of thinking it's to 'photographic'. Art hould reflect the way the artist visualizes the subject. Perhaps a bit more artistic license would have done the work more justice. However a great tutorial
Renderbrant 12:18PM Thu, 16 October 2008
Thank you very much, this is superb, I will be having a go at this during the weekend, many thanks. :o)
Ace10 2:32PM Tue, 14 October 2008
Thanks a Million for all your time putting together this tutorial!It must have taken you ages from your free time. Its the best yet and really helpful.To share your knowledge is so unselfish and makes RR. Thanks again Alec
romanceworks 1:59PM Tue, 14 October 2008
Thank you so much for sharing your impressive skills, knowledge, and talent. Really enjoyed your detailed tutorial and learned a lot. And the photo-realistic results are superb, and yet, as you say, it has that painted look that is so appealing. :o) Carol
Theta 8:24AM Tue, 14 October 2008
@thebasstard: I'd never try to force someone adapting my thoughts. Don't take it as an offense what I have written. But to me, I have never ever seen a photo being as beautiful and skillful as a picture of a real existing person. I'd stare one or two seconds at a photo. I could stare forever into the eyes a painter has created. That's the difference to me.
mininessie 2:33AM Tue, 14 October 2008
great tutorial! really good"! thanks for sharing!!
thebasstard 9:29AM Mon, 13 October 2008
Great tutorial! I may try it, when I have a tablet, even if I wouldn´t chose an existing person (exception: he or she pays me ;) ). I can´t understand why existing people are used for these paintings and I think the photographers are right here. Why makin´the whole efford for an image everybody could take in a few seconds with a camera? I adore photorealistic paintings in historical,fantasy and sci-fi images, cause here the original doesn´t exist and so the painting would open a view to a new and different world.