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Star Wars Rey 2D Painting...

Posted by Donald Duck on 08 Jan 2016, 01:21

Hi guys, DD here...

Don't you ever get bored of painting the same figures, with the same uniforms, the same camos, the same techniques and so on?

Well, I have always wondered what it would feel to paint a "traditional" two dimensioned painting instead of a 3D figure... and so I've just edited and printed this image, potraiting Rey from the last SW movie.


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Isn't she lovely? :love:


Nice, so this is the beginning...

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'n this is what I've done 'till now...

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Not that good, but it's a first attempt, so I'll take it :thumbup:

What do you think lads?
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Posted by Kekso on 08 Jan 2016, 11:01

Donald Duck wrote: painting the same figures, with the same uniforms, the same camos


That's why I paint Nappies. Different uniforms in almost all rainbow colors :xd: :xd: :xd:

Donald Duck wrote:Well, I have always wondered what it would feel to paint a "traditional" two dimensioned painting instead of a 3D figure...


Have you tried flat figures? ;-)

Donald Duck wrote:Not that good, but it's a first attempt


Not that good? :shock: It is splendid :thumbup:
I liked to draw when I was in high school but I was never that good
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Posted by Peter on 08 Jan 2016, 20:04

Much better as I would paint this! Go on, following this! ;-) :thumbup:
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Posted by MABO on 08 Jan 2016, 20:32

I also like this very much! And yes she is lovely :-D
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Posted by Emperor on 08 Jan 2016, 22:36

Both she and Lea reminds me on a certain girl next door that became a doctor...There is something in that type of girls that attracts a man... Something attractive and provocative... Especially in their dark hair and the way they talk...
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Posted by Emperor on 08 Jan 2016, 22:45

@Donald as concerning painting figures, I always like the diorama that comes in my head or the inspiration that others give to me...I enjoy the landscape so I tend to create a landscape...Nothing is so satisfy when you do it exactly as you imagined...Other thing that drives me to paint is that I get that pleasant feeling of being tired after a good work...
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Posted by santifernandez on 09 Jan 2016, 10:36

Nice job and good exercise and then paint in volume.
It's like painting a flat figure.
Santi.
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Posted by Donald Duck on 09 Jan 2016, 18:45

Thanks guys. I have never painted a flat figure... the lack of volume was a difficulty in the beginning, but then it became an intresting training. You have to create volumes from nothing. The shoulder was pretty hard, in this way.

Anyway, I made a couple of adjustments, such as the correction on the neck, that was too thick...

Here she is....

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Posted by Ben90 on 09 Jan 2016, 19:55

Great! And the neck looks excellent now!
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