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© 2010 Steve Stanley ***published work featured on Digital Artist Magazine issue #4 CD in Gallery...as well as,in FXPOSE' on IFX issue #64 cd. ...the Hierarchy of Angels includes an intense being who is given the task of deciding who is justified and who is not. I decided to make this an exercise in sepia interpretation, using mixed media. A number of nature textures were blended in. Also, Daz 3d modeling and rendering. Airbrush, blenders, pencil, acrylic brushes, and charcoals were also added to create the tones and contrasts. Approximately 30 layers went into the final product. Approximate time to finish: 67+ hours.
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Category:Airbrushing
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LicenseAll Rights Reserved
GenreSciFi / Fantasy
Work In ProgressNo
SoftwareCorel Painter

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  • 25/01 2012
    03:09
    Steve Stanley

    ...your simple, but direct Ian, I like that. Thank you, thank you very much.
  • 25/01 2012
    05:12
    Ian Vicknair

    nice technique and expression
  • 12/07 2011
    02:08
    Steve Stanley

    ...well, "B" man, you came here and left comments on the work, then as fast as it was here, it's gone...booger. Just wanted to note you were here anyway, and again, thanks.
  • 30/04 2011
    03:02
    Steve Stanley

    ...wow, Mizzdraconia, it's rare to have a second comment, but certainly not unwelcome, a gigantic thanks. Thanks for the visit AND the additional comments. (yay)
  • 15/04 2011
    03:54
    Ida Larsen

    wow this is breathtaking and so powerful! I love it :)
  • 13/10 2010
    02:21
    Steve Stanley

    ...definately my pleasure, and honor Lampros. Sincerely appreciate the stop-over and positive input.
  • 13/10 2010
    12:23
    Lampros Kalfuntzos

    thanks so much for your comment Steve, love this so another 5 for u :)
  • 09/08 2010
    12:11
    Steve Stanley

    ...love to have your wonderful and positive feedback Mizzdraconia. And thank you so much for stopping in for a visit. Please stop by anytime.
  • 08/08 2010
    10:14
    Ida Larsen

    wow stunning work, I love your entire gallery here :)
  • 13/07 2010
    02:44
    Steve Stanley

    ...so Dragonbeast your thoughts provoke a thought. Nothing "easy' has ever been in my vocab. I wish the accomplishment were that simple. I ache and ooze the challenge most of the time, and strive to go beyond the comfort zone. But, know my own limits
  • 10/07 2010
    03:29
    Bengt Albert Robstad

    Cool wings, little detail but great impact. Im also gonna give you high praise for going the hard way. Angel wings are relativ easyu when faced forwards as you could have done here. Instead you put them in a weird angle which requires alot more mork. I kn
  • 02/06 2010
    02:23
    Steve Stanley

    ..hi ya Leik, from OZ. I'm from Kansas originally, an OZ whose wizard must have landed down under too!? (lol) in any case, really appreciate the unprompted visit and comments. Mad a stop over in your gallery too, loved your "Prose" piece. Hope to have
  • 02/06 2010
    10:56
    Leith O'Malley

    A wonderful image! - Leith in Oz
  • 14/05 2010
    07:27
    Steve Stanley

    ...indeed Eduardo, she is on a "mission", if you will. I appreciate the comments and visit, and may I also say that I'm glad to contribute new insight as well. The art realm is one we give and take from too. And from it, we grow. Thanks again.
  • 14/05 2010
    04:35
    Eduardo Rangel

    Thanks for your comments regarding my work! You made me notice elements and techniques used in my work I wasn't consciously aware of. This is my favorite piece. I like the "rough" approach, which is not very common in works depicting angels. It's
  • 22/04 2010
    11:17
    Steve Stanley

    ...appreciate cha Benjamin. And, was my pleasure. Anxious to see what's comes forth from you creativity.
  • 21/04 2010
    01:07
    - -

    Great work, really nice textures. Thanks for your comment on my creepy girl as well! :)
  • 17/03 2010
    01:16
    Steve Stanley

    ...same to you Susi. I appreciate the comments you've left and again have to say how much I value your support. Also, thanks for stopping and visiting.
  • 17/03 2010
    04:02
    susi lawson

    Hi Hobie! This is some beautiful work , a lot of talent , time and passion is revealed here! Congrats on being in the new rag too, well deserved! I am honored you like my work and I appreciate the kind comment! Susi
  • 05/03 2010
    02:12
    Steve Stanley

    ...lol, why thank you Barbi. You're delightful comments, and visit are warmly welcomed.
  • 05/03 2010
    12:55
    Barbi Buchanan

    seriously mad awesome rocking talent you have!!!! 5*****
  • 18/02 2010
    02:06
    Steve Stanley

    ...some really kind and supportive comments Andre, and they are humbly received. The pose was the hardest thing to work out, as am just beginning with Daz 3d. The hands were a "crafting" nightmare, but in the end, well worth it. Thanks again for the enc
  • 18/02 2010
    04:52
    Andre Alexander

    Nice pose Steve. I really like your color blending. Your crafting skills are really good. Also thanks for taking the time to place some comments on my efforts.
  • 16/02 2010
    03:40
    Steve Stanley

    ...appreciate the comment and noting the composition Wicker. I was really working on keeping the layers from becoming to busy. The old Keep It Simple Steve. *kiss, method, worked out. Thanks again.
  • 16/02 2010
    03:38
    Steve Stanley

    ...well Raven, if you'd like (lol) It could probably be arranged. :) Thank you sir.
  • 16/02 2010
    02:22
    Willie Kendrick III

    Another amazing piece. Nice composition.
  • 16/02 2010
    01:51
    David Neaves

    Love this picture! I could have this one on my wall.Cheers David.
  • 10/02 2010
    05:38
    Steve Stanley

    ...the texture work was an experiment that proved worthwhile. "Aeia", was the only other work with textures I've done and I'm definately pleased with the results. Thanks again Jack, and keep up the good work.
  • 09/02 2010
    08:36
    Steve Stanley

    ...wow?! indeed Heather..thanks! And it's my pleasure to compliment your work, you've more than earned it.
  • 09/02 2010
    04:39
    Heather Nicholson

    Wow, tHis ones great, love the simple pallet. THANKS FOR THE ISIT AND YOUR KIND COMMENTS :)
  • 04/02 2010
    08:12
    Steve Stanley

    ...really good to have the input and the visit Oliver. And I'll revisit your gallery frequently to see what your imagination has prouduced next. Requium and Alice are going to be hard to follow up on.
  • 04/02 2010
    05:55
    Oliver Rankin

    nice job
  • 04/02 2010
    02:09
    Steve Stanley

    ...what, this ol thing?! (lol) Seriously Zoo, this piece came together nicely, didn't say easily, but nicely. The results have been well received, thanks.
  • 04/02 2010
    02:16
    Zooreka Zooristroikus

    Nicely put together... Nice concept too....
  • 28/01 2010
    05:29
    Steve Stanley

    ..thanks LeeAnne. There were several textures placed on multiple layers to acheive this one. With every new piece, something new to learn. Thanks again.
  • 28/01 2010
    04:28
    LeeAnne Kortus

    Wow! amazing image here! beautiful mixture of media and textures...I like the limited sepia coloring..it definitely adds to her character! Great work!
  • 27/01 2010
    09:58
    Steve Stanley

    ...thanks "D". Was playing with charcoal, airbrush and blenders for impact.
  • 27/01 2010
    09:02
    Derek Burns

    Nice composition Steve. I like the colour scheme and that hair looks amazing close up.
  • 25/01 2010
    04:56
    Steve Stanley

    ...thanks Jason, and glad you're here bud.
  • 25/01 2010
    04:55
    Steve Stanley

    ..keen eye for detail and impressions Lunar. It's feedback like this that is appreciated greatly.
  • 25/01 2010
    03:58
    jason clark

    wow nice new site, lke the blue. very nice avater too, diffrent. thanks for letting mr know about the new site too.
  • 25/01 2010
    10:50
    Leigh Sparks

    There's more drama in this with the flying dirt and debris. Her wings appear angelic but her stance and facial expression suggest something more. I like the way you present contrasts in your subjects.
  • 25/01 2010
    04:27
    Steve Stanley

    ..i'm so very grateful for your insight Dave.
  • 25/01 2010
    02:54
    Soevad Creative Media

    great textures well done! 5
  • 24/01 2010
    06:24
    Steve Stanley

    ...thanks Ronald. Welcome to the arena. Checked out the link to your site. Have been researching how to "put up" a site that is attractive. Like the ease of navigation on yours. And will keep the format in mind in future considerations.
  • 24/01 2010
    02:53
  • 22/01 2010
    09:42
    Steve Stanley

    ...very kind of you Jay. Truly appreciate you noting the work and it's attributes.
  • 22/01 2010
    09:16
    Jay Nohr

    Masterful piece, excellent job!! I also enjoy the excerpt in the beginning of your description.
  • 22/01 2010
    01:37
    Steve Stanley

    ...thanks "G".
  • 22/01 2010
    08:48
    guadalupe platero

    Powerful Image!
  • 21/01 2010
    02:07
    Steve Stanley

    ...your feedback helps Stephen, and it is always appreciated.
  • 21/01 2010
    01:08
    Stephen Winterflood

    Love this one, great colour pallet choice and again great energy
  • 20/01 2010
    04:09
    Steve Stanley

    ...my heartfelt thanks Bobin. The "Tiger" in your gallery would make a great print.
  • 20/01 2010
    03:57
    bob bayne

    Enjoying all you works. Waiting to see more.
  • 20/01 2010
    03:51
    Steve Stanley

    ...it is good to have your feedback Alan. And it's my pleasure when visiting your gallery, keep up the strong efforts. It will be exciting to see what we produce in the days and months ahead.
  • 20/01 2010
    08:19
    alan clark

    great image and detail love the expreshion in her body nicely done and thanks for the visit 5