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A very interesting discussion going on here.
I feel obliged to satisfy my curiosity and ask a noob question:
Going with Dpaint's system of price setting, how do you factor in skill level?
I've been cutting down the time I'm doing these portraits in to half an hour. No linework, just go straight to value. It's a challenge to be sure.
Your environments seem to have been your strong suit right from the beginning. They look awesome. Your anatomy still needs work, but you have some really nice looking char designs there too. Keep it...
Tough cookies to swallow these crits, since they are all so spot on.
Thanks so much for taking the time to point out all my mistakes.
I tried to fix all the issues mentioned. I changes her eyes...
Haven't been updating much lately, but I've still been at it with varying intensity.
Here's one of today's production line. :)
I had an hour before going to work so I tried to fix a couple of issues you guys mentioned: the centerline of the face, the awkward position of the butt, added some overlap of the backgand over the...
I've been staring myself blind at this piece now.
Please critique the heck out of it. :)
Thanks for the compliments Nouge.
Haha, I'm always surprised to see a comment here. Thanks for taking the time.
And yes, shading is definetly the point I'm trying to focus on at the moment. Lighting and trying to get it all right. ...