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Stained glass by Elosande Stained glass by Elosande
Yeah yeah, OC donut steel. This is Gold Leaf, I've been mulling over for a while and wasn't planning on making a big deal out of her... but I really like how this turned out.

On that note, I've been experimenting with digital techniques and coloring lately, just just some practice. Thoughts?
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CheeseInTheDark Apr 11, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Someday I want to learn how to do this...
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:iconelosande:
Stained glass? It does look like a really fun thing to do.
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:iconhappyciclops:
It is really fun to do, but it takes so much time and practice.  
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:iconelr79655:
I think I might have seen a picture similar to this in a past National Geographic Magazine issue on religion in Russia. Nice touch including the various tools.
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:iconelosande:
Really? Now I'm interested in reading that issue, if I could ever find it...
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Penblade-the-bard Feb 7, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
I have been in a glass cutting studio.
I have cut glass and made a mosaic.
It is freakin' awesome.
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It's freakin' hard. I have a new respect for people who do that.
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Immortal-Lynx Dec 31, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
If it is a Critique you want than here goes...
The anatomy is spot on. I think you did a fantastic job with the anatomy and perspective on this picture. Looking at the other pictures in your gallery this is not surprising. The only thing that stands out to me that could use some work if the shadowing of the face. It is splotchy and makes her look like she has a birth-mark on her face or something. Other than that, the picture is beautiful.
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:iconelosande:
Thank ya kindly for the feedback!
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Whisperer-of-Winds Dec 30, 2012  Professional Writer
well, I will tell you of glass.
Cutting glass into shapes is the old, and difficult, way.
The new method involves attaching narrow ribbons of soft tin that is painted in coal black and filling the drawings we make with them ribbons with colored film that can be attached to glass using water that has some dish-washing jelly in it.
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