Portrait 2

Hi this is my latest work second portrait out of three with similar moods .Sculpted in zbrush textured in substance. hair , additional modelings and rendering are done in blender.

https://www.artstation.com/artwork/N5QaeD

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You’re on the #featured row! :+1:

Thanks :metal::metal:

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impressive, nice job!

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I like the treatment underneath the eyes. Running mascara. Very nice.

She looks pretty when she is depressed. =^.^=

Great work, congrats.

Awesome work man! :heart:

Continuing the discussion from Portrait 2:

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thanks

everybody does

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thanks bro :metal:

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Great as always Sina :ok_hand:

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One day, if you diligently strive, you “might” acquire some artistic talent. For as of now, you’re only produced very lifelike emotive works. With excellent posing and scene staging. As well as setting the bar for others to reach. So yeah, there’s hope for you as an artist …

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Thanks for your reply :metal::metal: well that emotive quality is all im striving for and doesnt matter to me if my work is lifelike or abstract or whatever . also i dont know what the word “artist” means to you

amazing work…keep it up😉

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Sure will :metal::metal:

I featured you on BlenderNation, have a great weekend!

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What is your description about artistic talent?
How do you define it?

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I would define artistic talent a a "diligent’ attempt to follow creative inclinations. From which is produced a creative work, which evokes a “positive” or negative response from viewers. As there are gradients of everything in beauty. I lean towards the positive response, because there is ugly art, which is poorly composed as well as refined polished works. And 99.99 per cent of artists create things so others might see them. And hopefully appreciate them. Its only those rare few master artists that have rock solid confidence their skills will undoubtedly produce worthy pieces. Whereas, everyone else has to pay the rent and buy bread.