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I'm working on recoloring photos to manipulate meaning of the original photo. The original photo was a typical grunge girl, smoking a cigarette in blue lighting, but now, I've covered her face with pale make up and bright lipstick, mocking her sense of style and I gave color to the cigarette, drawing attention to it as she would want you to see, but this time overly doing the colors to mock her reasoning for smoking, because it's attractive. I left the eyes colored because they are the only part left of her that is telling of emotion, as she deaden her expression everywhere else. So, how did I do?
Original photographer unknown, by the way.
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so, i've been bob-rossing it for a while... I paint along well enough, up to where I lay in the dark tree shapes. But when it comes time to highlight them with a bit of yellow, instead of getting thousands of bright leaves, I get a very dull mustard stain, or maybe the green just gets a little shiny. I guess this means my trees aren't in a firm enough paint? Somehow thinning down the highlight color doesn't work...