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Going for a Film Noir sort of feeling.
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Get work mate! Nice story telling, hot chick, and stylish rendering. Love it.
Great job! The emotional atmosphere is quite moving.
Great Masterpiece! Thanks a lot for sharing! Alvarson
This is a great narrative piece, man. The implied story is masterful. Wow.
Really awesome rendering and emotion in this one
I love this image especially the colours in the hair and the fading tattoos. Really really lovely!
noir is almost there, however this is wonderful none the less! I love it!
already in my favourites.
if i may, regarding the noir feel,
i remember all these images of Humphrey and Laureen, James Cagney and the others, they always had a glow about them even in the dark. yet they were almost flat, felt like a cut-out, other times we see very dramatic hard lighting(sin city is the extreme of this) but we are also used to see them in low contrast after all these years that the print has faded . so it really depends what you would like to go for, the faded aged look or the original high contrast.
some things that could possibly add, and intensify the feel would be more visible cigarette smoke, a glass of whisky, and playing cards.. or dice (gambling element), and the classic almost clichÃ© dramatic light coming from a grilled window.
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