Jazz Man (step by step)

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Jazz Man (step by step)

Post by Sjak on Tue Apr 29, 2008 10:12 am

REF: David Naylor

Hi Hope you like this,

The layout has been proyected and drawned with the airbrush.

Thisstage is a bit too advanced cos I got too deep in the picture and I forgot to take the photografs.Sorry :13:(also freehand).



I'm at this stage now.
I'll continue to work on the picture (I hope to end it with the same quallity)
Sometimes I screw it up...
This is with the real colour (natural light)

Till I get more done..
This is the picture (it si not done but to me it is)

hope you like it and can be of any help to you.


David

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Re: Jazz Man (step by step)

Post by Paintguy on Sun Jun 08, 2008 8:59 am

hey man...can you point me in the direction on learning to copy texture in faces and skin? i can draw and paint a face but all my work is still smooth. you captured it dman near perfect and very lifelike...thanks

great work!

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Re: Jazz Man (step by step)

Post by Maor Bar on Wed Jul 02, 2008 4:49 pm

I once asked David about that and told me he uses Kohinoor electric eraser for that. I bought one and it realy helps with textures - but still takse time and effort.... oh, and lots of talent. But you've got planty of that Paintguy Smile.

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Re: Jazz Man (step by step)

Post by Paintguy on Mon Jul 07, 2008 4:01 pm

=)

not sure if that will work on automotive paint but i will try...

thanks MB

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Re: Jazz Man (step by step)

Post by Sepo on Sat Aug 09, 2008 5:17 am

Nice work Very Happy

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Re: Jazz Man (step by step)

Post by David on Fri Nov 07, 2008 4:03 pm

Paint guy,
In this case I've used an electric eraser. (milan,& home made with a dremel machine)
You can archive the porus effect by using transparent paint & building up by layers keeping the light areas as cleen as posible.

I'll post a how to of a portrait of Frank lazy made on a metal panel as soon as i can (I don't quite remember hoe to post pics on this site.

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