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Paris, an apple and some other creatures

Posted by Michael Robert on 07 Jun 2020, 17:31

Hello,

please find my latest composition, inspired from Greek mythodology.
Main use of Linear-A Amazons which I like but which I cannot really use for any historic purpose.
Well, it is the old and recurring story of an apple causing much havoc…
Wrong choices, love and affection making people blind, stubborn leaders, "go-to-the-bitter-endists" etc.
Well, here the pictures
Michael

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Posted by Ben90 on 07 Jun 2020, 17:34

:thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: A nice composition! Good work
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Posted by Egbert on 07 Jun 2020, 19:35

Nice idea...pretty composition! :yeah: :yeah: :yeah:
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Posted by MABO on 07 Jun 2020, 20:00

Very nice idea. Nice women and nice work on the shields.
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Posted by Graeme on 08 Jun 2020, 07:31

Lovely scene. Really nice composition and the shields and bronze helmets look fabulous.

The acres of naked flesh look very natural, no idea how you do that but it's very good.

I think I will have to get some of those Linear-A Amazons they look terrific.
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Posted by Michael Robert on 08 Jun 2020, 18:21

Hello,
thank you for your kind comments. It makes me happy to be able to contribute to the forum.
Yes, the Linear-A Amazons are really nice and work well also with the Dark Studio Amazons.
The skin painting was fun. Paul described somewhere how he creates skin tones mixing white, yellow and Brown shades. Basically that is what I also did. Some clearer grounding and then gradual build up of shades.
Only fly in the ointment - the busts of the Amazons are a bit too - ehh - inflated. I mean they are not wearing push-upper bras, are they? Talking about button counting…

Greetings
Michael
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Posted by Santi Pérez on 10 Jun 2020, 19:36

A promising future awaits that traveler ... or perhaps not so much at the hands of the Amazons? Great work, Michael Robert. :love:

Best regards. :thumbup:

Santi.
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Posted by Marvin on 12 Jun 2020, 23:53

A really enjoyable little fantasy scene. Those Linear-A figures are very impressive, as of course is your brushwork on them.
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Posted by Peter on 13 Aug 2020, 17:57

Catching up some old posts and I stumbled on this one! Really like the composition and how you painted the figures. :thumbup:
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