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Old 08-27-2006   #21
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My entry:




BTW This Contest is extremely cool !


*ups its a bit too large for this forum *
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Old 08-27-2006   #22
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Hope you guys like minimalism.
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Old 08-27-2006   #23
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Here you go... good luck everyone!


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Old 08-27-2006   #24
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Hi all, nice to see the arrival of the gnomon forum ! really wish it the best of luck.

here are a couple of recent efforts by myself. no particular reason for either of them, just freestyling





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Old 08-27-2006   #25
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Hi,

Wow! Great contest, great entries.

My entries:
First is a concept sketch for a model kit idea.
Made with a Sharpie Pen on art board.



Here is a recent Photoshop render.




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Old 08-28-2006   #26
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Hi all together!

I would like to join these impressive drawings with my latest work. It took me a while to finish it - I had been lost in the details - especially in the area of the dragons head. The painting has been started with a black ballpoint pen sketch of the dragon (you may still see the lines there) about 6" in width on white marker paper. I had no idea about doing any concrete scenery, but when I had done the sketch and it came to rendering, I thought there should be some kind of background. I found a nice seaside picture with moonlight illuminating the clouds - it is still noticeable up in the right edge - and developed the rest from there. All the painting was done in photoshop using some custom brushes for the spray. I kept attention to constantly shift my colors - as been taught by Ryan in his great rendering DVD?s - and tried to avoid dodge and burn. Afterwards I have tweaked the image with the hue/saturation manipulators and others - maybe a little too much. Hope you enjoy it and would be happy to hear some comments.


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Old 08-28-2006   #27
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PS: How do i get rid of this 39.1 KB hurdle / place my image visible right beneath my text - as some of the others did?
Hi Trantor, simply use ImageShack? - Hosting or other service, and then write [IMG]imagelocation[/IMG] and thats all.

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Old 08-29-2006   #28
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So this is where images are posted for the contest, lol. I made a new post with this same image but I'm sure that's okay. This is number one in a four part series of illustrations that glorify the aerial dogfight. Enjoy!
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Old 08-29-2006   #29
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This painting is of my dear grandmother who was overcome by Alzheimers disease. In this particular painting she is trapped in this hallway of electrical outlets and is unable and confused about which outlet to plug into in order to get her memories back. The other characters are my grandfather and a younger version of me standing beside her trying to help her the best we can.

I did an initial sketch with Nu Pastel on green painters masking paper for all of the characters, and I then scanned in the illo, and painted it with Photoshop CS. For the outlets I created one with Illustrator, and then in Photoshop duplicated the outlets to create a large tile, after that I copied the walls and scewed each one individually for perspective.

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Old 08-30-2006   #30
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My second entry using Photoshop...
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