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Closeup of Nesting gargoyles

Do not use/distribute, edit, color, recolor, trace, post on photobucket/other image websites, or otherwise manipulate without my permission.
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IMAGE DETAILS
Make
OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP.
Model
E-M5
Shutter Speed
1/6 second
Aperture
F/6.0
Focal Length
43 mm
ISO Speed
1600
Date Taken
Jun 28, 2012, 3:13:43 PM
Software
Adobe Photoshop CS5 Macintosh
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Andela1998's avatar
Andela1998|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
woow, it's amazing. i love the colors
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Rathsi|Professional
Sorry this took so long to reply. Thanks for you comments.
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Lemures87|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Nice colors!btw thanks for the fav!
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Rathsi|Professional
Very kind of you ... thx.
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kmish213's avatar
This is really great, do you have more paintings like this?
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Rathsi|Professional
Sun on the horizon?? Landscape? I did a painting of a binary mooned planet that appears to be barren ... until it is examined closer.
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Yeah, I want to see more of those. I'd like your help figuring out the colors used in this portrait [link]
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Rathsi|Professional
Rembrandt is considered one of the masters of light and dark. I’m not very astute on his works but, at my initial observation he is using all the primary colors with an emphasis on the darker colors (blues and deep reds) for receding light and lighter colors for the face and hair. There are a lot of suggested shapes here like the hands, without clear definition. The face has under coats, layers of green and blues overlaid with heavy brush strokes. Reflected light off of the face is resting on the left shoulder. This is not painted like a person would paint a house. ;-)
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