Forums > Critique > Fun and Games > Which image of yours would I paint?

Model

Vyal

Posts: 36

Vancouver, Washington, US

curious

Sep 02 13 04:06 pm Link

Model

E X P O S E D

Posts: 55

New York, New York, US

From mine?

Sep 02 13 05:26 pm Link

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Laura Rothstein

Posts: 15

San Marcos, Texas, US

Because it takes a different eye for painting than photography, I am curious what you would pick of mine if any.

Sep 03 13 06:15 pm Link

Model

Shirin Brigitte

Posts: 357

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Let´s play!

Sep 03 13 08:01 pm Link

Artist/Painter

philip painter

Posts: 240

Ann Arbor, Michigan, US

Sorry, everyone. I'll pick this up again when I get my computer back. sad

Sep 07 13 05:35 pm Link

Photographer

Images of Light

Posts: 255

Westlake, Louisiana, US

I would like to know please.

Sep 07 13 05:40 pm Link

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Model

Rockabella

Posts: 588

New York, New York, US

Alrighty smile

Sep 07 13 10:14 pm Link

Photographer

Eclectic Vision

Posts: 8239

Toledo, Ohio, US

I'd love to know.

Sep 07 13 10:23 pm Link

Photographer

Open Eyes

Posts: 109

Seattle, Washington, US

I wana play too smile

Sep 08 13 01:30 am Link

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Egle Aida Damulyte

Posts: 375

London, England, United Kingdom

i'm in:)

Sep 08 13 03:04 am Link

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Beth Chambers

Posts: 465

London, England, United Kingdom

Me please smile

Sep 08 13 08:12 am Link

Photographer

superphreak169

Posts: 3

Fairfax, Virginia, US

tell me

Sep 16 13 12:04 am Link

Model

May_Bee

Posts: 225

Basel, Basel-Town, Switzerland

Would love to know! smile

Sep 16 13 02:11 pm Link

Artist/Painter

philip painter

Posts: 240

Ann Arbor, Michigan, US

Dave McDermott wrote:
I'm interested. smile

Yay, got my computer back. Catch up!

I think this one would make a nice portrait.

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/130126/07/5103f687ab1f2_m.jpg

Sep 17 13 04:52 pm Link

Artist/Painter

philip painter

Posts: 240

Ann Arbor, Michigan, US

Cherry Von Bandersnatch wrote:
I'm in! smile

I really like this one as a portrait.

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/120108/02/4f096d5fad02c_m.jpg

Sep 17 13 04:53 pm Link

Artist/Painter

philip painter

Posts: 240

Ann Arbor, Michigan, US

Barely StL wrote:
Lay it on me. smile

I really like this one. I'd have to add something to the background, though.

Sep 17 13 04:55 pm Link

Artist/Painter

philip painter

Posts: 240

Ann Arbor, Michigan, US

chasingKelly wrote:
Interested big_smile

The photograph isn't that great, but I love how honest this is. The cool/warm contrast is nice too.

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/130624/00/51c7fa0cef82b_m.jpg

Sep 17 13 04:57 pm Link

Artist/Painter

philip painter

Posts: 240

Ann Arbor, Michigan, US

Heather Smythe wrote:
? smile

I'd choose your avatar. smile Your figure against the textures is nice.

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/130818/16/52115b4eb8f8e_m.jpg

Sep 17 13 05:01 pm Link

Artist/Painter

philip painter

Posts: 240

Ann Arbor, Michigan, US

Red Baron Photography wrote:
have a look:)

I would definitely pick this one. Nice figure with natural lighting and an interesting composition.

Sep 17 13 05:04 pm Link

Artist/Painter

philip painter

Posts: 240

Ann Arbor, Michigan, US

anna gabriel wrote:
any?

I'd choose this one. The pose is nice and natural. I really like the reds and greens in the leaves around your head as well. You should ask the photographer for a less compressed version.

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/130823/22/52184519ad310_m.jpg

Sep 17 13 05:08 pm Link

Artist/Painter

philip painter

Posts: 240

Ann Arbor, Michigan, US

Vyal wrote:
curious

Neat stuff. I'd choose this one. I think it would make an excellent portrait.

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/081013/03/48f2fe692087d_m.jpg

Sep 17 13 05:10 pm Link

Artist/Painter

philip painter

Posts: 240

Ann Arbor, Michigan, US

E X P O S E D wrote:
From mine?

No double dipping!

JK. I'd pick the second in this series. Very classic pose.

Sep 17 13 05:11 pm Link

Artist/Painter

philip painter

Posts: 240

Ann Arbor, Michigan, US

Laura Rothstein wrote:
Because it takes a different eye for painting than photography, I am curious what you would pick of mine if any.

I'd choose this one as a portrait. Although I'd do it in color.

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/130831/22/5222d24ee6d47_m.jpg

Sep 17 13 05:13 pm Link

Artist/Painter

philip painter

Posts: 240

Ann Arbor, Michigan, US

Shirin McBennett-Sheen wrote:
Let´s play!

This is a really strong portrait and would look really neat in my impressionistic style.

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/130818/19/5211813619741_m.jpg

Sep 17 13 05:16 pm Link

Artist/Painter

philip painter

Posts: 240

Ann Arbor, Michigan, US

Images of Light wrote:
I would like to know please.

I'd pick this one, as it'd make a nice portrait. I think it's the strongest pic in your portfolio.

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/081006/00/48e999d79d61a_m.jpg

Sep 17 13 05:28 pm Link

Photographer

SoftLights

Posts: 382

Odessa, Texas, US

See anything on my port?

Sep 17 13 05:30 pm Link

Artist/Painter

philip painter

Posts: 240

Ann Arbor, Michigan, US

s c i a t h wrote:
Alrighty smile

I'd choose this one. Again, I like how honest it is. And looking at the artist is a no-no in fine art. smile

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/130906/18/522a7b6983056_m.jpg

Sep 17 13 05:31 pm Link

Artist/Painter

philip painter

Posts: 240

Ann Arbor, Michigan, US

Eclectic Vision  wrote:
I'd love to know.

You have some neat stuff! I'd choose this one. I'd love to paint some different body types.

Sep 17 13 05:32 pm Link

Artist/Painter

philip painter

Posts: 240

Ann Arbor, Michigan, US

Open Eyes wrote:
I wana play too smile

I'd pick this one. Although I'd ease up on the contrast to provide more shape to her figure and provide some sort of background.

Sep 17 13 05:35 pm Link

Artist/Painter

philip painter

Posts: 240

Ann Arbor, Michigan, US

Egle Damulyte wrote:
i'm in:)

I'd definitely pick this one. Although I'd do it in color. I hate smoking but I love girls posing with cigarettes. It'd make a neat portrait too.

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/111113/01/4ebf940122e33_m.jpg

Sep 17 13 05:37 pm Link

Artist/Painter

philip painter

Posts: 240

Ann Arbor, Michigan, US

Beth Chambers wrote:
Me please smile

I'd pick this one. Although I'd cast it in a warmer light to bring you forward and give it more intimate look.

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/130603/10/51acd21336e71_m.jpg

Sep 17 13 05:40 pm Link

Artist/Painter

philip painter

Posts: 240

Ann Arbor, Michigan, US

superphreak169 wrote:
tell me

I love the figure and green cast of this one. It would be fun to paint.

Sep 17 13 05:42 pm Link

Artist/Painter

philip painter

Posts: 240

Ann Arbor, Michigan, US

May_Bee wrote:
Would love to know! smile

I'd definitely pick this one. I love how tall you are next to the piano! (is it a piano? don't they have three pedals?) Very classic, silver screen look. Although I think your arms would get tired as I can't paint that fast.

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/130916/13/523769fb96d00_m.jpg

Sep 17 13 05:46 pm Link

Artist/Painter

philip painter

Posts: 240

Ann Arbor, Michigan, US

Soft Lights wrote:
See anything on my port?

I like this one as a portrait. Although I'd use a gentler light as it's a bit peaky.

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/110302/20/4d6f1f98d5ba9_m.jpg

Sep 17 13 05:54 pm Link

Model

Dahvid Neal

Posts: 41

Minneapolis, Minnesota, US

Hmm I'm curious!

Sep 18 13 12:34 am Link

Model

Cecilia Or

Posts: 224

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Please take a look. Thank you for your consideration.

Sep 18 13 12:23 pm Link

Photographer

Terrell Gates

Posts: 1042

Santa Fe, New Mexico, US

I would love to know...

Sep 18 13 12:29 pm Link

Model

Brittany Waldron

Posts: 33

Erie, Pennsylvania, US

Ill play

Sep 18 13 12:36 pm Link

Model

Becky W

Posts: 262

Crawley, England, United Kingdom

I'm curious...Me please!!

Becky x

Sep 25 13 03:39 pm Link

Photographer

juliarabkin

Posts: 600

Rochester, New York, US

smile

Sep 27 13 11:57 am Link