04 August 2006

Rusty Joiner


hey, so here is a copy of a photo of model Rusty Joiner done in painter9. took forever to get his face right (i never drew him out first or anything, i just painted and changed as i went :S.. not the best idea LOL). i don't know how long this took, maybe like 20+ hours.

please critique!

cliff

13 comments:

Jinny said...

This looks really good to me Cliff! I don't have any critiques. Really @__@;;

clifford chiu said...

thanks a lot!

i hae some beef with it, of course.. head is too small, hands are too big, the body is longer than it is in the photo.. but that's what i get for not planning it out first, i guess. but i learned something, at least!

Robin Hall said...

my god I thought it was a photo

You're crazy, Cliff, it looks pretty amazing, especially his hands.

He looks a little blurry around the neck and uh... right left... left ab

But god, I don't know how you do it! Oh, I didn't realize you weren't added to my links, I fixed that!

Singh said...

Holy shit thats awsome cliff....like what do u use in painter man....thats really deatailed OMG...he remind me of Matt Huges in UFC

Letz said...

haah this is amazing =D
only thing i would say is the left hand.

EdoAvenir said...

really good stuff, your painting skills translate well into digital hehe...ur one of those bastards. i like how you drew the veins on the hands too.

Halya said...

Holy. Crap.

Tapan Gandhi said...

u should go into that naughty birthday card industry ;)

no really, thats AMAZING

Randeep Katari said...

you jackass.
awesome.

-R.

Dave T said...

Very nice painting mr cliff!

Bobby Chiu said...

Nice painting Cliff. Not too interested in the subject matter :P but the execution is looking pretty good. It's also a good thing to go back into it and carve out some of those fuzzy edges. Looking great tho!

James said...

You are one crazy motherfucker.

Ginseng said...

GOOD PAINTING Cliff. My only suggestion is let your paint suggest what is there. You don't need to go all in depth with it. A painting shouldn't be a replica of a picture. Afterall, if you want a photo-realistic piece, just use a camera instead. Let it loose and keep up the good work!