Sunday, November 30, 2014

Sorrowbird again

I decided to paint this up as a demonstration for my second Schoolism lighting class. One of the biggest difficulties of lighting (and painting in general) is deciding when you are done. I think I spent another 6 hours on it after the class demonstration, adjusting the colors and values to make the lighting pop more, and it's still not feeling like I want it to. So I'm not officially calling this one done yet: I may come back and George Lucas it later.

6 comments:

  1. Nice one!

    Do you have that earlier version as well, the one you made at the demo? Would be interesting to see how far you took it.

    Hope I can attend one of your classes some day!

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    1. Andrea, I'll try to dig it up and post it. I actually designed my classes thinking of professional/advanced artists, so I'd be interested to hear if you think I hit the mark, if you ever get the chance to take either class.
      Thanks for the comment!

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  2. haha :)

    georgelucasit should be a new verb in Websters Dictionary, or at least a hashtag

    #georgelucasit

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