current med regime is making life hard when it comes to stories and
characters of my girls, hence the lack of stories to accompany my images
of late. I am in a perpetual fog at the moment. I have been able to
work out a small part of Meleah's details.
has been in Germany for the last couple of years however, working as an
assistant curator for a couple of art galleries. It was through this
work that she heard of our little villa and our work. She knew my
sculptor friend from Prague who had done a few pieces using Rada as
model, and was apparently at the opening night of his gallery where Rada
herself was the star of the show.
spent her career around nude paintings, photography and sculptures she
is no stranger to the naked form and is very open about it, even
spending time among naturist groups.
felt that my treatment of the naked form was tasteful and respectful
and contacted Ana. After a few calls, she could tell how happy all my
girls were, and of course, the high quality of life I can provide was
also a nice incentive. All my models are paid exceptionally well and any
who decide to move to the Villa on a more permanent basis will want for
nothing while there.
and I flew to Germany to meet her, and we were both instantly
impressed. We saw a strong independent woman, intelligent, fit and full
of vibrant life. And she is stunning. We felt that, like Venice, she
would provide nice variety to the body shapes we had to work with and
offered her a job.
was happy to accept and we went home with a disk full of images of her.
We need to get some living arrangements finished for her but expect she
will be at the Villa soon.
contacts and experience within the art world will be a nice boon for us
and I expect she will fit into a promotional role in addition to
modelling if she is willing.
and I are already in love with her face, she is gorgeous, those
freckles, red hair and ice blue eyes sparkling with humour and
beautty. Nice job! :-)
Examples of what I meant:
Added bias on the blue hue scale (+30%), to make the skin a more natural colour. I suspect your computer monitor/graphics-chip may be old/failing or incorrectly RGB balanced, because the majority of your artwork have the same olive bias (actually caused by a failure in the blue spectrum).
Artist work with the tools at hand - thus your skill and talent shine through regardless.
On this one (post processing) have added grain/texture to make it look identical to an ASA400 studio photography session/wet film image. Modified the B/W and contrast to match the same.
Finishing out by with a lithograph (sherpia) filter, to suggest an early Kodachrome photo plate (1920s).
Almost all top professional photographers do post-processing; however I have noticed almost no 3D/CAD artist do it.
Broadens your scope considerably and ads variety to your artistic creations.
Very good and you have got the hair spot-on.
If you wish - post some of the images from the gallery at Deviant, here, where you would like an illustration of the post processing techniques mentioned.
I'll fix them, then post them (attached) as a comment attachment, so you can see/understand the difference.