Johannes Vermeer "Got Milk!". The Milkmaid (Dutch: De Melkmeid or Het Melkmeisje), sometimes called The Kitchen Maid, is an oil-on-canvas painting of a "milkmaid", in fact a domestic kitchen maid, by the Dutch artist Johannes Vermeer. Member reactions:
It's funny to think about superheroes in everyday, mundane activities. Like picking up the kids from school in the mini van, doing the dishes, etc. nice concept and execution.
"Pouring milk ain't exactly a superhero job, but somebody has to do it." Congrats on the bronze, Andrew.
Superbly done, but I would make the liquid totally black like oil, otherwise it looks just like a regular milk. Also would be nice to show udders with black oil dropping from them.
Yeh, what Newsy said about the milk would make it look more "oily". The mask is cool
Thanks for the tips Newsy, srry I wasn't carefully at all the details of the contest... Also thanks Mac.
I'd make the "oil" milk match the oil droplets on the mask.
I would like to see the source pictures for this
Pcrdds for the drops I use the overlay blend if I put the others liquids on overlay they became transparent and I think on the bottle and in the bucket the liquid should be darker because there is more amount of liquid
Sorry, but I beg to differ on this, hidden author. There are other methods and combinations of layer modes that can be employed to achieve the desired affect.
You should be able to reproduce the same oil color on the mask droplets in the milk jugs.
ah, poor hidden, you should have said "the droplets are morning dew, this poor cow is trying to eat but it's really hard with a gas mask... her face going wet wet wet" or something like that...
Nice edit. I too think the drops on the mask should match the color of the oil in the bottle. Chopping liquids is always a big challenge though. DD: I am not sure about all the sources, but the mask is taken from a photo on SXC.hu, and it was nicely placed on the cow by the hidden author
Sorry Pcrdss I didn't knew the oil car is brown really right now I found I am woman don't judge too hard I don't know nothing about cars and oil cars. Newsy indeed edits of liquids are not so easy as I thought and Evrio made me laugh, poor me indeed.
Thanks for the sources hidden. The change of color to match the droplets is a major improvement and pulls it together. Sorry for the hassel.
Good color change. Actually, various oils can also be other tints as well such as yellow, red blue and green...depending on type and use. I hope I didn't confuse you.
Yeah pcr, but what's the colour for milky oil . White, isn't it.
It would be tinted whatever color the oil is, Evirio.
that's awesome chop sunny .. well done on details , congrats on the gold trophy you doing great lately ... keep it up ..
Mr.P thanks for information, green it would look even greater thanks for congrats and thanks too Kratos.
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