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:iconmicha-vom-wald:
Micha-vom-Wald Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2014
Hey,
das ist ne sehr schöne Gallerie, die du da hast. Deine Matt paintings sind schick. Mach weiter so !!!
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NataliaSoleil Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Hey, vielen Dank :) 
Aber Matt Paintings sind da gar keine dabei bisher, sowas habe ich noch nicht gemacht!
Du hast auch sehr schöne sachen =)
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Micha-vom-Wald Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2014
Natürlich hast du die, sogar die ersten 2. :o (Eek) und danke
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NataliaSoleil Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
haha, nein nein, das ist alles gemalt, da sind keine fotos drin ^^
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Micha-vom-Wald Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2014
Sehr schön !!!
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NataliaSoleil Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
danke =')
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Wildweasel339 Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Hey, you've got some good work. Great figures and studies. Keep posting! :)
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NataliaSoleil Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
teach me how to be painterly x'D i always overrender D:
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Wildweasel339 Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
There are a few things that can help you get the painterly look.
1: Use the biggest brush you can for the detail you are painting.  Try to make each brush stroke count. Like a piece of a puzzle. Each stroke should say something unique. Examples: robertlemler.fineartstudioonli… images.fasocdn.com/4800_338913…
2: Separate your light values from your darks. This helps to create 2D shapes of light/dark that you can be painterly with. For example, you could let there be no details at all in the shadow shapes. It would make the details in the light shapes seem stronger and more important. Examples: robertlemler.com/workszoom/240… images.fasocdn.com/4800_413223…
3: Be very thoughtful of your edges. Try to have a nice balance of sharp, soft, and lost edges.  Sharp edges create focus. Soft and lost edges create a sense of atmosphere. Examples: jennifermcchristian.com/worksz… jennifermcchristian.com/worksz…
4: Design your image in terms of shapes. As long as you get the shape correct, you can be very loose with your brush strokes that fill those shapes. See how the big shapes in this image are very clear: images.fasocdn.com/4800_99050l… You could fill those shapes with any sort of brush technique and the paint would still read.

I like to look at the work of John Singer Sargent while I paint, and to use his techniques. www.flickr.com/photos/juanjrra… ifyouseekpeace.files.wordpress…
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NataliaSoleil Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Ohh, thank you thats some useful tipps! :D I will try to do some studies like that.. I feel like the biggest problem for me is to actually stop as i enjoy painting little details and it happens almost automatically D:

And ye John singer.. fkin gorgeous.. D:
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