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Skin Demo by Charlie-Bowater Skin Demo by Charlie-Bowater
We have Learning Lunches at *atomhawk every so often. It's essentially a show and tell where one of our Artists will paint a demonstration of a chosen subject, while the rest of us sit around stuffing our faces watching the big screen. I've never considered myself gifted when it comes to any kind of public speaking, even with the people I work with ;)... but practice makes perfect.

They're good fun and it was my turn this week! So I painted a little skin demo. The face on the left is around 40 minutes, and the face on the right is about 1.5 hours. I thought this might be fun to share.

PSCS4 & Wacom Intuos 4

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yutaka11111 1 day ago  Professional Digital Artist
it is so beautiful!!!
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HRAfshari Apr 5, 2014  Professional Interface Designer
looks great
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Exzriel Mar 22, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Used this drawing as reference here exzriel.deviantart.com/art/Blo… .And by the way, awesome work!
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ADP-4art Feb 28, 2014  New member Student Digital Artist
Really nice ^^

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Koogleblitz Feb 14, 2014  New member Hobbyist Digital Artist
how are you so good?
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LilouJoxi Feb 11, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
bueatiful ;)
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rubah Dec 27, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
For the face on the right, does 1.5 hours include 40 minutes for the face on the left, or was it starting over from scratch?
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sketcheth Dec 17, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
The learning lunch idea sounds really fantastic. If you don't mind me asking, did/do you find it easier or more difficult to know you're talkin/demoing for experienced artists? I imagine you can take some knowledge as being understood and not need to explain every aspect of the way you work while you're doing it, but pinpoint more specific, complex issues as you encounter them. Anyways, beautiful work and thanks for sharing!
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When it's your turn to demonstrate during lunchtime, when do you get to eat? And to take a break?
Either way, it's a really nice image and I would have loved to see it unfold.
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:icontomskie:
cool stuff looks a bit like the tutorial of dan luvisi on imagine fx
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