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:D Wow, you're progressing great! Last update is awesome! The perspective study collage is classy.
Nice, looking forward to see more new stuff! Line variation would be a cool addition indeed.
Keep it coming!
Do you want to go in a specific direction, artwise?
How much control the commissioner has over your work is a matter of agreement. You should specify this before a deal is made. Strive to retain ownership and as much control over your own work as...
That's some good feeling of form you have. Just keep going!
Success at the academy!
I dig your linework and concepts! Nice sense of form in the lines, but not yet in the color. So I echo the color remarks, and especially the reference to grayscale value studies.
Perhaps try to...
Overall nice figures! I'm quite fond of the bard and rusalka showing their respective thoughts on what'll happen.
Considering digital coloring: Maybe focus on monochrome for a while? Your...
It has been said, but I say it again: you have great line quality! Keep at it, you'll be great!
Nice interpretation of "I am a deeply superficial person"!
I find the text flow confusing though. I read "I am a deeply laiclfrepus person" before I realized I had to jump back to top and start...
:) You're doing some great stuff with colors lately! Keep it up!
Don't worry about the lucky accidents, focus on your average skill. Push that up. At some point it'll surpass the flukes.
The far side of the boy's head isn't well defined. That eye is off, which...
:D Big awesome upload man!
Your ground shadow is okay! Most of the time the shadow will be hexagonal. That's because two of its eight corners will fall inside the shadow.
What's probably tripping you up is that you're...
The sun's low at the horizon, notice the long shadow you created. So the floating cube's shadow is going to be far in the distance.
Red lines: find sun's vanishing point based on...
:) Keep up the studies! Some stronger forms are showing up.
The oil painting has atmosphere, but no distinct shapes. I can only guess what I'm looking at. I'm not sure how to interpret the...
I meant that the object shouldn't rotate. And also that you shouldn't change what direction you're looking in. Do either of those, and the points change.
You won't really get fisheye with linear...
:) Some good stuff, you can go far! You've also got some funny drawings!
To get away from stiff characters, experiment with curved lines of action. But don't listen to me, listen to Loomis.
That creature actually looks like it's tipping over, not just leaning. Check its center of mass. It's too far to the left in the image, so if it doesn't move it's gonna fall. Make sure the center of...
It's a cool picture, but I have trouble focusing because the subjects blend into the background and each other. The saturation and lightness is rather uniform, and local hues are also close together.
Keep in mind that with all the blue it's feeling rather cold. But the book has a subtle warm glow to it, which is sweet.
I didn't interpret the kid as frail or frightened at all! I thought he was...
It's getting a lot better! But it looks overexposed and as if it's raining. Is the dark dude supposed to look like an insomniac?
I don't think the sullen dark background works. It's a kid's story, shouldn't those be colorful, contrastful, or light? I think no kid is gonna like or even notice the dark-dressing dude, he's a dud....
Construction is first building a solid and correct framework and only then incrementally adding details to it. It is taking the whole into consideration before focusing on details. Also, each...
:) Oh yes! I sense motion is coming to town.
Those figures don't have any form. Are you practicing a new way of holding your pen (mentioned by The crazy dude)?
Sad dude's tear path doesn't follow the form of his face, or conversely, his face...