Thank you very much ! I'm glad to read such nice comment ! I like to work with lighting, shading and expression. That's what I prefere to work with. I often emphasize the lighting to bring much contrasts. I like the dramatic effect..
*Walks over table and goes to window and stares out.* Sherlock: "Look at that Mrs. Hudson. Quiet. Calm. Peaceful. Isn't is hateful(makes adorable face)?!?! Mrs. Hudson: Another case will cheer you up, Sherlock. Sherlock: Can't come too soon. Mrs. Hudson: Hey! What have you done to my bloody wall?!?! *Sherlock partly smiles* I'm putting this on your rent, young man! Sherlock: *stares and beautifully smiles at the wall and then sighs* *Explosion happens*
XD That's my favourite part after my favourite scene in this episode!
I really like this kind of contrasts. It's what I'm looking for when I choose the model. The lighting is very important, it's probably one of the reason why I'm enjoying so much to paint Mister Benedict Cumberbatch, his face is a playground for light and as a result, for me...
He does well, Benedict, with contrasts. The show seems to use a lot of filters on shots that are interesting too -- lots of blue, for instance. It does a lot with light and dark, though. Like when Sherlock is chasing the assassin and ends up at the planetarium! <-- priceless scene.
je vois que mon message est passe en double !!!ma connexion yoyote !!!j'ai pris une Wacom bambou moyenne et si elle me résiste trop je ferai appel a toi avec plaisir, j'ai aussi le logiciel corel painter 4 ... je commence modestement pour vois si cela me plait ... en tout cas je vais bien m'occuper et m'amuser
Thank you very much ! I'm glad you like it ! In my opinion my work is not so realistic... There is a larger part of imprecision, some could call that "interpretations"... But it's better like that, perfection is boring...