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In Atlantean Fathoms - Wip by Steve Stanley

..a recent study of facial expression and putting the body into an action form. My usual pick of mixed media is in use. A Daz render, then freehanded airbrush and charcoal work. The addition of bubbles, lighting and detailing are forthcoming.
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Face-Off Statistics

Number of face-offs: 4

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75%
Lost
25%
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  • 09/01 2012
    02:01
    Steve Stanley

    ...thanks for the great feedback Kathy. Your background in illustration gives me a large boost and leads me to feel greatly encouraged about my work. Thank you very much.
  • 08/01 2012
    06:53
    Kathy Ferrell

    very good "Feel" of submersion. Truly seems to be floating in water, and an exciting subject! Great job!
  • 05/01 2012
    03:06
    Steve Stanley

    ...a very supportive and encouraging comment, and humbly received, thanks Kenmo.
  • 22/12 2011
    04:00
    Ken Morris

    Love your style....
  • 11/02 2011
    02:45
    Steve Stanley

    ...a open, honest and strong review, thanks Kevin. I really want to thank you for that too. It helps to motivate and encourage me to continue with studies like it I'm involved in.
  • 10/02 2011
    11:44
    Kevin Haelterman

    This is my favorite work of yours so far. I really like the contrasts between the dark 'evil' and the (warm) colorful character. Of course also the contrast between the soft organic shapes of the main character and the sharper and more aggressive
  • 10/02 2011
    03:32
    Steve Stanley

    ..appreciate you looking in on me Dave, and like I was telling Rave, am working diligently on the final product.
  • 10/02 2011
    03:31
    Steve Stanley

    ...well Rave, the prose is still to come. I have the basic outline in my head. I'm glad you enjoy the background to my pieces as well as the piece itself and will endeavor harder to finish up soon.
  • 06/02 2011
    03:19
    Soevad Creative Media

    nice job Steve! looking forward to the finish
  • 06/02 2011
    01:21
    David Neaves

    I like this Steve, I will be waiting for the next one with the bubbles and lighting. What,s the story behind the character ?
  • 06/02 2011
    12:52
    Steve Stanley

    ...really appreciate the warm recpetion and compliments on the work Andre. This wip has been challenging and has undergone many changes. But is finally coming into it's own.
  • 05/02 2011
    09:54
    Andre Alexander

    You're simply getting better and better, Steve. I like your progress. The silhouette approach to the looming danger is well conceived. Most definitely a five.