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Keys (19th May 10 at 12:20am UTC)
Here's another one of my digital paintings, again of those keys.

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Re: Keys (19th May 10 at 4:21am UTC)
That's cool. The angle of the painting is quite interesting to look at. {Tongue Out} Was this made on the new CS5 brush module?

 
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Re: Keys (19th May 10 at 6:51am UTC)
Again, I really like you digital paintings. Im a sucker for ambiguity and the minimalistic unfinished style you have is fantastic in my opinion.
 
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Re: Keys (19th May 10 at 8:29pm UTC)
All done in Photoshop CS3 at my school. I use CS2 at home.

Thanks for the critiques.

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Re: Keys (20th May 10 at 2:21am UTC)
I love this! The lighting is great!

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Re: Keys (20th May 10 at 9:30pm UTC)
Yeah, the concept for all of the paintings I did in Studio this year was light as a substance, so I went for interesting lighting. In this one, I'm actually using an optical mouse as the red light source, which I discovered looks really awesome.

Also, I did the painting in CMYK, which gave it the orangish hue, and then it took me like half an hour to figure out how to make it come out right in an RGB jpeg. I eventually had to stitch together a bunch of screenshots of the original PSD.

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