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    Posted 3 more Buffalo Sabres players. Ryan Miller, Dmitri kalinin, and my latest Teppo Numminen. Les jr Portraits

  • #2
    Those are awesome! What program do you use to make your patterns? Maybe one of these days I'll try some of the Red Wings...


    • #3
      Great looking portraits! Thanks for sharing.

      DeWalt 788

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      • #4
        Mostly I use Photoshop. I also like Microsoft Digital Image Pro. Thanks for looking.


        • #5
          Some Excellent Work

          You have done a wonderful job capturing details that are often overlooked. Your portraits are some of the best I've seen, especially since they are NEW.

          For those who will take a look after my post here, take a close look at the eyes on #27, (sorry I forgot the name) and the detail in the eyes and ears of Les's portraits. No needless lines, the lines that are there serve to define the image.

          Regardless of the software program you use, you have a definate eye for the portraits. Big smiles, VERY well done!

          Take care


          • #6
            Hi Les

            I agree with Toni. Your portraits capture the essential features of your subjects and in doing so they give an insight into the soul. They reach a standard that's rarely seen.

            There is no opinion, however absurd, which men will not readily embrace as soon as they can be brought to the conviction that it is readily adopted.
            (Schopenhauer, Die Kunst Recht zu Behalten)


            • #7
              Nice work Les!!!



              • #8
                I totally agree Les..well done..I'd like to be able to capture the eyes the way you have in some of my segmentation/intarsia designs..kudos to you on portraits very well done!

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