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هذه ليست صورة فوتوغرافية‎

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معاينة صفحة البيانات الشخصي للعضو
    4/10/2011, 6:16 am  

حلو يكون معاك إنسَان تَحس إنَه يبيكَ ويَعيشّ معْك
حُلو ومَر هاَلقّدر!

ويَبيع عمْره كَله
ويشّترَيك; إنسَان إذا لمتـّـك أحضَااانه!!

تَدمْع عيُوووونَك من قوووة حنـّــانَه
الكثيري
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[size=25]هذه
ليست صورة فوتوغرافية
ولم تلتقط بكاميرا رقمية أو
تقليدية
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نعم هذه ليست صورة فوتوغرافية ولم تلتقط بكاميرا رقمية او
تقليدية
إنها لوحة مرسومة بفرشاة رسم من قبل ثلاثة فنانين وهم (
Ian, Dru,
Darryl
)

في كورس خاص لتعلم الرسم
استغرق رسم الصورة البورتريه من قبل الأشخاص الثلاثة
مايقارب ( 70 ساعة ) بداية عام 2005
واستغرق خلط الألوان لغرض الحصول على لون
مطابق للون البشره الحقيقي 8 ساعات


وفي نهاية الكورس تعلم
كل طالب التكنيك في المهارات البصرية لإنتاج صور حقيقية في فن الرسم.
الذي يتابع
الصور أدناه يرى مراحل رسم هذه الصورة بالساعات وبشكل تفصيلي مذهل فهل تصدقون
ذلك.






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تحية لهولاء الفنانين الذين تحدو عدسة الكاميرا وأثبتوا أن الفرشاة
يمكنها أن تنقل الحقيقة بدون تقصير تماما كالعدسة وأن الرسم مازال سيد
الفنون.


إنها تجربة تستحق النظر إليها والتمتع
بصورها.


وإليكم رابط الخبر من موقع الخاص بهؤلاء الفنانين:

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http://www.drublair ..com
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وهذه الصفحة كاملة
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Painting of Tica by Dru
Blair




This is a
painting completed in February 2005. It was a Portrait Class project that I
decided to finish in my spare time after the workshop. It probably took a total
of around 65-75 hours to complete. The small images are step by step photographs
taken during the painting process, and the large image is the final painting
after detail and skin texture are added with an eraser and colored pencil. The
main colors are blocked in at the beginning, but refinement is withheld until
the very end. Look for a more complete step by step article in an upcoming
magazine issue~Dru Blair

After a
couple of hours of color adjustment, I've reached the 10 hour mark. At this
stage, detail has not been added to the face, because it is best to wait until
all the colors are correct first.

There are many areas still to be corrected.
For example, one of the front teeth is too dark. The arm is also too dark at the
edges.

I usually
wait until the very end to introduce skin and hair
texture.







10 hours



Detail of final
painting showing skin texture. Subtle nuances created by an xacto knife, an
eraser, and some colored pencil can build convincing skin texture. The etcetera
technique also helps the believability of the skin and hair texture. Fine hair
is created using my shield-reveal technique, and my split frisket technique.
Airbrush constitutes about 99% of the image.









Ian, Dru and
Darryl pose in front of the Tica original painting during the April 05 Workshop.
The original and several other paintings are on display in the
school.





About this painting

This painting
started as an exercise for a portrait workshop I taught in 2005. My previous
exercise in portraiture was the Vanessa painting. In order to provide the best reference for
my students, I took a digital photograph in my studio of a local model (Tica)
with my Nikon Coolpix 8700, then printed copies for each student on my Epson
9600 printer. The goal was to work from reference that provided great lighting,
good detail, and accurate skin tones. I intentionally lit and posed Tica in the
manner of the old masters, but used contemporary portrait studio elements (such
as the smile and white background), to expose the most subtle nuances of her
face.

Tica has
incredible skin, with a challenging range of colors. As it turned out, the range
of colors in her skin proved to be a little overwhelming. Normally, it takes me
about 7 or 8 colors to recreate an individual's skin palette, and I blend those
on the board to create many more. However with Tica, I found it necessary to mix
around 20 different colors to capture her range of color. There were also a few
interesting artifacts introduced by the digital camera such as a blue halo
around the earring, but I decided to include them in the final painting, because
they seemed visually interesting.

By the time the class ended on Sunday, most
students had reached a level of completion equivalent to the third image down on
the left of the step by step sequence ( I intentionally omitted many of the step
by step photographs because I don't want to spoil the upcoming magazine article
on the creation of this painting). I need to add here that the purpose of my
workshops is not to complete a painting, but rather to use the time optimally so
that each student learns the techniques and visual skills necessary to create a
photorealistic painting. Once I'm convinced that each student has a grasp of a
specific feature, we then move on to another area of the face.

After the class
concluded, I remained in the studio contemplating Tica's image. After some
deliberation, I decided to test the limits of my visual skills by completing the
project painting. The realism of almost all of my previous paintings was
compromised by time constraints and deadlines, but I imposed no deadline on
myself this time. Nearing completion of the painting, I decided to remove some
of the elements I had already painted such as the nap of cloth next to her
armpit (see image). This unfinished painting is not without flaws, which are
mercifully reduced by the computer screen's 72 dpi resolution. I could have
invested another 50 hours in it, but the improvements would have been subtle.
Besides, by then, I was ready to move on to another project.

Photorealism:
As a style, Photorealism has a few
detractors, who often dismiss it as pointless, or non-art. They fail to realize
that many photorealistic paintings are not mere copies of photographs, but
interpretations of reality based on the artist's vision. The act of merely
copying a photograph has no artistic merit except to hone one's artistic skills.
Most of my aviation paintings would be impossible to photograph, such as Timing is Everything for example. This painting of Tica
is not just a copy of a photograph, but is a product of many artistic decisions,
whereas I deviated from the reference photo for more aesthetic appeal.

Often, the artist's
deviation from the reference material is unconscious. Despite my best efforts,
my own unconscious stylization creeps into all of my work, and it is a struggle
to keep it subdued.

Photographic reference is almost always used
as a guide by photorealists, but becomes less necessary as an artist gains
proficiency, and understanding of the elements of photorealism. While reading
the list of the elements of realism, consider that no other artistic style
demands so much of an artist. Photorealism is by far, the most difficult
artistic style to master.

Elements of
photorealism:

proportion, color fidelity, scale,
perspective, edge transition, subtlety, non-contrivance (chaos), object
relationship, light and shadow, reflection, radiosity, transparency, texture,
atmosphere, depth of field, weathering (wear and tear), flaws, detail, and it
all has to make visual sense.

If any of these elements are amiss, the
painting will fail as a photorealistic image. In truth, these elements are
simply descriptions of the visual experience of reality. If an artist ever
wanted to put his or her artistic skills to the test, there is no greater master
than reality.

Art:
(my definition)

Art is the selective re-creation or
conversion of reality by the human mind into concrete imagery according to an
artist's metaphysical value judgments. Real or imagined concepts are filtered
and altered through the human mind to the artist's hand to create an image or
sound that did not exist before. The reason photography does not qualify
as
art is that the process removes the filter of the human mind as an
interpretative element. Although photography requires technical skill, in the
final analysis it is only a mechanical recording of reality
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عضو متألق
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معاينة صفحة البيانات الشخصي للعضو
    4/10/2011, 1:07 pm  
سبحان الله ماشاءالله والله رسمهم جوووووونان
مو مصدقه انهما رسمه

عمومأ تسلم اكثيري

دمت شامخ
مؤسس المنتدى
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معاينة صفحة البيانات الشخصي للعضو
    4/10/2011, 3:04 pm  
:affraid:

معقول !

الى درجه التكذيب

اذا صدق ابداع فوق الخيال

يعطيك العافيه يالغاليه
إدارية
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معاينة صفحة البيانات الشخصي للعضو
    4/10/2011, 4:18 pm  
مش معقووووووول
يالله والله مبدعين

تسلم ملكنا
إداري
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الانتساب : 09/04/2010
معاينة صفحة البيانات الشخصي للعضو
    4/10/2011, 5:44 pm  
الله يسلمك ريماس عندك غلطه
كفشتك انا نظام ساهر لكن هذي انا رادار عادي اوقات ماتشوف


عالعموم اسعدني تواجدك وصدقي الصوره رسمه



اخوي دارك
مايحتاج التكذيب كل شي معقول والجماعه مبدعين

اسعدني تواجدك


هذي انا الله يسلمك يارادارنا وش فيكي ماتشوفي المخالفه

عالعموم اسعدني تواجدك
إدارية
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معاينة صفحة البيانات الشخصي للعضو
    4/10/2011, 10:24 pm  
إداري
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مشاركات : 10156
الانتساب : 09/04/2010
معاينة صفحة البيانات الشخصي للعضو
    4/11/2011, 4:52 pm  
هههههههههههههههههههه
نوم العوافي ان شاءالله
ع كذا البلد باتكثر فيها الحوادث
الان راح نحاسبك في موضوع الرادار بقسم الالعاب
اي غلطه تمر وماتشوفيها المخالفه راح نحملك اياها عليكي تدفعي قيمتها اوكي
هذا واحد من مطالبنا
عضو ملكي
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معاينة صفحة البيانات الشخصي للعضو
    4/11/2011, 10:25 pm  




أعز الناس

بفسم = بقسم
إداري
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معاينة صفحة البيانات الشخصي للعضو
    4/11/2011, 11:06 pm  
هههههههههههههههههههههه

طيب طيب كنت فرحان باحاسب الرادار لي ينام وقت الدوام
طلع لنا رادار ثاني شكله ينام الرادار ويجيب حد مكانه يداوم

باعدلها الحين

ومابرحمك إحساس باركز عليكي وبدفعك الثمن ههههههه

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معاينة صفحة البيانات الشخصي للعضو
    4/12/2011, 2:10 pm  
إداري
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معاينة صفحة البيانات الشخصي للعضو
    4/16/2011, 8:19 pm  
هههههههههههههههه

تبربري وش تقولي


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