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- It's In Their Blood - by Anathematixs - It's In Their Blood - by Anathematixs
She can't help herself.
It's in her nature and in their blood.

Photoshop & Tablet; aprox 20 hours

Kept it quite basic and simple.
Had a complete background in it at first but I though it looked too crowded, so I brought it back to basic.
Keeping the focus where I wanted it.

And I think the sharpness is almost where it should be.
Spent a lot of time on detailing.

Reference model: Sharon [link]
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aeonart Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2007  Student Digital Artist
Wow, with the sharpening these are coming to life... O_O Looks near-photorealistic.
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Anathematixs Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
This was definately one of those "how far can I push it" experiments ....
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xnicool Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2007
:clap:
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Anathematixs Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
*bow* :D lol
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FanOfChocolate Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2007
:jawdrop: :eyepopping: wow it looks so real! she looks so innocent even if she has drunk the blood of the guy in the background!!! :thumbsup:! bravo!
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shadowyzman Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
this happens when you get too damn good....
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jenovha Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2007
She looks so alive! Great job as always.. waiting again for the next ;-)
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nakedmole Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2007   Digital Artist
amazing!!!!
what resolution did you do this one on and how long did it take?
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Anathematixs Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
Original resolution: 4197x6299
Time: Aprox 20 hours (But that was allready in the description :P )
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nakedmole Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2007   Digital Artist
i didnt mean what hours you spent on it, i meant the date you started and how long after that you had it finished, unless you did all 20 hours in one hit. i want to get an idea how you work
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Anathematixs Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
ooooooooooooo sorry, my bad!
I worked on this one alongside two others (Malcanteth, which is already finished. And a new one which I am still currently working on)
I finished the base of this one and the other one... then got stuck twice and worked on Malcanteth.
FINALLY got some ideas for this one, so I could finish it.
The other one is nearing the stage of completion as we speak.

All in all I think I spent about 4-5 days on this.
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nakedmole Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2007   Digital Artist
ohhhh so you do your pics while doing other stuff? thats really clever that you can work on different projects at once. i cant wait to the see the next one you do. and the resolution you work at, WOW!! its so big compared to mine, i work at the size you see them here...which is pretty tiny so yeah learning from you...mine will be bigger from now. thanks for the info mate, shared wisdom helps us grow
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Anathematixs Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
It's just so much easier if you work on a high resolution.
You don't have to zoom in to a point where it becomes pixelly, it just stays sharp.
You have more, and more clear, room for details.
PLUS if you ever want them printed... you can print em up to A1 size (if you maintain a minimum of 320 DPI) :D
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nakedmole Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2007   Digital Artist
yeah well thats why i never really thought about it. i started digital painting when i got my da account, in october so i only ever thought about the size it appears on the screen when i submit them. but now im doin a digi media course and i have learnt all about printing...so from now on. unfortunately there is nothin i can do for the other pics...but i know what you mean, pixelation is a real pain!!!
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Anathematixs Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
I started it after I did a few big posters...
started to see the upside of working big (ok HUGE)
My computer components HATE me,
because it does take a lot of extra space and saving the pics MAY take a while
(ok maybe my pc is a little outdated, but it still runs like a charm :D )

But I can't remember how many times I sat and wanted to change one little thing
and then ended up having to do the whole section again, or
(and this is my fav)
Blowing it up to 600% or so, change it till it looks good, then zoom out to 100% to find out you just FF-ed it up even more
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wynnter89 Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2007
just like a photo !! incredible !!
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darklaela Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2007
amazing , like always ! i realy adore your works :)
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Anathematixs Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
thanks!!! :)
I'm glad you like it!
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hilhan Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2007  Professional Interface Designer
Great work Suzanna.. :+fav:
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Anathematixs Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks!!
And thanks for faving it!
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