Big Cat Three by Ace10 ()
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Done using Artweaver,Air brush and acrilic.Aldi Tablet and photo for reference.No tracing,just sketghing on the tablet. Thanks for veiwing,and comments.I find fur quite hard to do,but I will keep trying.Now I fancy a change!,but not sure what?.
Image Comments (21)
Valerie-Ducom () 3:54PM | Sat, 18 November 2006
Wowww, beautiful and nice work, I like this color and this composition!!! Good weekend ;)
watifeye () 3:47PM | Sat, 25 November 2006
I love this one. Excellent composition..you really seem to make the cats look alive and alert. Excellent work!
Theta () 1:44PM | Fri, 08 December 2006
Wow! Very great done! Sketching animals is so difficult, but you did it so well! It looks like painted with a soft brush rather than sketched digitally. But still, there's one suggestion I'd make (I'm sorry ...): the moustache could be a bit thinner, they're a bit too bold. Great work anywhere ... deserves the highest rating!
waheednasir () 12:36PM | Tue, 02 January 2007
good job Alec. nicely composed and the expression well captured. :).
2Loose2Trek () 5:51PM | Mon, 08 January 2007
Very nicely painted ... I love the composition and the adept quality of the original sketch that comes through. Well done!
ARTWITHIN () 5:16PM | Thu, 11 January 2007
Wonderful work! The eye's are what give any living creature life, and you have done a great job on the eyes. The whole paintings is so well done.
AndreElias () 4:42AM | Tue, 06 February 2007
Hi there Ace10, Good work. Especially since there's no tracing involved. Fur is tricky only because you need to be patient, very patient. But as the saying goes; everything's easy when you know how. When you illustrate fur, you need to study it closely. Observe your cat or dog. Good pics will do as well and are probably more practical as they won't up and leave. When you paint try to start at the lowest area and then apply the hair strokes upwards, overlaying as you go. Remember hair always curve towards gravity. I hope I make sense. Also thanks for your nice comment regarding my work. It's much appreciated.
balogo () 7:11PM | Sun, 29 April 2007
Wonderfull work - excellent and different tecnique.. very original