Broken Melodies; walkthrough by snowmask
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Broken Melodies; walkthrough

by snowmask in Walkthroughs; 2010 - 2011




A walkthrough of "Broken Melodies".

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  • Tricks

    Tricks

    This has been featured here - http://shadowness.com/TutorialNews/forum/tutorial-week-21 thank you for your contribution to the tutorials on Shadowness

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  • Chandrika

    Chandrika

    amazing painting!

    Jul 2nd, 2011 Reply
  • Famz

    Famz

    Thank you for sharing your creativity and creating inspiring artwork. You have been featured in /Retrospect our first Educative Sundays article on 'Tips for Writing Critiques and your Artwork' - http://shadowness.com/Retrospect/forum/tips-for-writing-critiques-and-your-artwork

    Jun 5th, 2011 Reply Subscriber
  • kizt

    kizt

    I really admire your passion, the unthinkable patience (bow!). Very inspiring! Keep up the excellent work! Hoping to see more masterpieces.. Thanks for sharing!

    May 31st, 2011 Reply
    • snowmask

      snowmask

      I am humbled by your words; thank you for taking a look at my processes.

      May 31st, 2011 Reply
  • Dynnnad

    Dynnnad

    That's a really nice walkthrough Kath!

    It's great to see how artists work!

    May 25th, 2011 Reply Subscriber
  • Famz

    Famz

    I really do enjoy your process, I know I said it before but I admire your patience and all the different techniques you use ♥

    May 21st, 2011 Reply Subscriber
  • kolaboy

    kolaboy

    This is fascinating stuff, Katie. I really enjoy seeing how other artists work - especially those that I respect.

    May 21st, 2011 Reply Subscriber
    • snowmask

      snowmask

      Thank you Danny :)

      I've become much less guarded of my techniques. I've also learned to chill out, and come to enjoy letting people watch me while I work. I think to myself, "I'm doing something that I love. Why the hell then, should I be so god damn pissed off?"

      The only thing that irks me is when people ask me how I do things, just for the hell of it, with no real intention to learn in the first place. And of course, every time, I still go in real deep, because there have been many occasions where I actually motivated people to go out there and buy some supplies (very, very pleasant surprises). Just sucks when people don't give a shit, you know, and worse, pretend that they do.

      May 21st, 2011 Reply
    • kolaboy

      kolaboy

      Oh, same here. What REALLY gets me are the ones who watch and then say something like "I just don't have the patience to sit down and do that (painting)", implying that if they DID have the patience, they could. The old "if I can't do it, I'll devalue it" routine. Not a wise thing to do to a person has put their entire life into their work. Last time that happened i really unloaded on the guy. Not proud of losing my temper, but I'm guessing he will be a bit more tactful in the future.

      May 21st, 2011 Reply Subscriber
  • Chandrika

    Chandrika

    very quickly.

    May 20th, 2011 Reply
    • snowmask

      snowmask

      Believe it or not, no :P I work so slowly. That hair alone took 17 hours.

      This -was- done in a much smaller space of time than my more recent work though. Took about one week; whereas my latest painting took FOUR MONTHS! :O

      May 20th, 2011 Reply
  • Mishelangello

    Mishelangello

    Awesome Katie! Always very interesting to see how othere artist create they worlds! :) you looks so focused! ♥

    May 19th, 2011 Reply
    • snowmask

      snowmask

      Haha yes, I do tend to look like that when I'm focusing on fine details.

      May 19th, 2011 Reply
  • BrigitteFredensborg

    BrigitteFredensborg

    Congratulations for the Daily Inspiration Feature! ♥

    May 19th, 2011 Reply Subscriber