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Clone Trooper Unleashed by JillGiovanni Clone Trooper Unleashed by JillGiovanni
DOC: 2004
Clone Trooper from Episode II, Attack of Clones, Star Wars Unleashed Figure.

Clone troopers definitely aren't as cool as Storm troopers . . . but their not bad.
Anyway . . . this is my first work that includes more than one picture (which starts my transition into more complex pieces). The white layer are exceptionally clean in this one in comparison to many of my other works at the time period.
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RedVinken Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2008  Student General Artist
did you paint the troopers yourself? or is it manipulation?
if you painted them yourself you might find illustrator better for a job like this.
And the colored blur doesn't really give a work more value (i've seen you using that more often in your gallery). You might enjoy using brushes or something for an abstract background. With that you are more free to play with stuff like contrast.
I like your themes tho, so keep at it! :)
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JillGiovanni Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2008
Well. . . as for painted or manipulation . . . it's kind of both . . . I took a photo and basically recopied each section with the polygonal Lasso Tool and the brush tool.
I've barely had any experience using illustrator; when I do try it, I can't really seem to accomplish what I can in Photoshop, even when creating.
The colored blur in this one, I agree, is not very effective; I used to use that style more often, back when I was still experimenting with photoshop. I don't really like to use it anymore with my newest works.
Thanks for the advice and critism^ ^
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RedVinken Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2008  Student General Artist
Well the pen tool in PS is similar to illustrator. i'm not so fond of the polygonal lasso tool, doesn't really do the job accurate. Brush selection is pretty good for organic forms, but if you got more geometrical forms (lots of "straight" lines without bumps and such, like for instance this storm trooper) you might rather try out path selection with the pen tool. But then again i don't like the pen tool in PS because the one in illustrator is much better.
But hey, the learning process constists of a lot of experimenting ... so go forth and so some stuff with different kinds of stuff and stuff ;p
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GoldeneyeNeverDies Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2007
Cool effect you got there!
All your work seem like feast for the eye, I'm always impressed to see how people here can make some splendid stuff with their computer graphic skills! Keep it up!
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JillGiovanni Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2007
Thank You ^_^
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