Thursday, February 17, 2011

Prooooooggggrrrreeeeesssssssss...


Progress is slowing down the more I start refining. So the changes are going to be more subtle. I took another photo today to do some digital adjustments to see where exactly I want to take this piece. Should the hair remain light or should I go a little darker with more saturation?...

11 comments:

kay said...

A little bit darker! :)

Sean McMurchy said...

Looks wicked Eric. With regards is it your intention to have her hair blend into the background? If there is an emotion you want to be invoked by the final image that would determine where you could go with it. To me the girl looks shy as it is now, with parts of her blending into the background and her body language, parts of this would change if you give her hair more contrast.

Adam Worrall said...

I love the softness and delicacy of the transitions - I never would have guessed that it was acrylic. Will you be posting anything more detailed about your technique??

culturezoo said...

This is just beautiful.

Jinesh said...

this is soooo beautiful,i would say make the hair lighter, light hair personifies the subtle soul of this gentle character.

kimberly said...

I would have to agree with Jinesh, the light hair would add a delicate touch to the character adding a dialogue between the viewer and the piece, a whisper into her life or soul Jinesh put it, I feel if any contrast should be added anywhere it should be to the background to boost the hair. Of course, these silly details are entirely speculative, and the final decision is yours.

kimberly said...

I can't wait to see what you choose to do!

kimberly said...

Wouldn't all of you agree?

Marco Trisorio said...

I agree :)

MJC *-* said...

light hair.
But you'll know best Eric.

Brenda Boo said...

Gorgeous!