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Glass Portrait

Philip Glass, Digital paint in Photoshop CC

I finally more-or-less finished my stylized portrait of the composer Philip Glass, whose  music and soundtracks make up some of my favorite studying music. I tried out some new techniques on this painting, including a canvas texture and a larger variety of more realistic brushes. As with my last big drawing, I’ll have a more detailed post on my media tech site (rlawMT.wordpress.com) on the Photoshop techniques I used within the next few days.

Reference photo of Philip Glass from Time Magazine

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Oh, and here’s a fun slideshow of the work-in-progress progression :)

Glass http://wp.me/s3EoOF-glass I finally more-or-less finished my stylized portrait of the composer Philip Glass, whose  music and soundtracks make up some of my favorite studying music.

A Study in Hazelnut

A Study in Hazelnut

Nutella Study

Painted on Intuos 4 Tablet in Photoshop CC

This is my most recent painting, which I solemnly vowed to finish before the week was up. And voila, I finished it last night–it’s not perfect, and I could spend a lot more time cleaning it up if I wanted to, but I’m happy with how it came out and it’s good to finish things from time to time.

This is also the first painting I’m posting from my summer…

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