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Trouble for Jill
Still working on "non-traditional", "artistic" methods of rendering. Bouncing around a few new ideas.


BTW: My two monitors are showing very different gamma levels and I don't know which is correct. If this image is too dark to make out details, please let me know.
Anticipation - A 2D/3D hybrid style test
This is mainly a test to see if, 1) I really want to post here, and 2) to get feedback on a technique to make 3D renders look more like traditional paintings. I didn't put a whole lot of work into composition and so forth, so it probably won't be the most interesting work you see today. Again, this is just a technical work. Look for more "artistic" works in the future


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Stephen Turk
Artist | Professional | Digital Art
United States
Those who know me, know me simply as "Turk". I've been creating illustrations professionally since the early 1990's in Los Angeles. My illustrations were seen quite often in magazines for Harmony Publications...till, of course, the internet killed the magazine publishing business. When I started out in the early days I used to paint with art markers. Since then, I've gone strictly digital, using a variety of programs and tools. Most of my digital works can be found on


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alphaxanon Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2013
Hello Mr. Turk.  I took a quick look at your gallery over at renderotica, but it seems a bit small.  Is there an archive of your older work out there?
revbayes Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
There are about 60 pieces in the Renderotica public gallery and just short of 50 in the Renderotica Premier gallery. My old works (about 100-120 pieces) are all over the net if you know where to look, so I don't really feel the need to archive them. The real old stuff (pre-computer) can only be found by those who can get their hands on old copies of Harmony's Bondage Life magazine.
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