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And this said by someone who revived a thread from 2005?
The lighting on the first one is inconsistent, there are highlights in the hair and a strong cast shadow under the chin, but no other cast shadows on the rest of the figure. Establish a proper light...
As an artist, its your responsability to solve visual problems. That means making several decisions and seeing which work better than others.
This, for example, is a bad choice. The tanget...
Give the image more space on the left. The finger at the edge of the left side is creating a tangent which is really hindering the composition.
Also, don't hide the feet.
I'm sorry, are you saying matte painting doesn't require painting skills?
You took that dragon from a Ciruelo Cabral painting and you didn't give him any credit.
Wondrous. I love those paintings.
우수한. 5개의 별.
Merry Christmas and Happy New year.
Just finished reading it. Its too absolutist for my liking. I guess I must have bad taste :teeth:
I was wondering if one of the roles of stylizing would be to offer an alternative solution to visual problems that would be harder to solve without reference, using a realistic approach.
scrawnypaws, I want to thank you very much for taking the time to answer my queries and the others, your replies are very informative and helpful.
Personally, the importance of using reference for...
Woah. I didn't know that. Not to sound like an idiot, but if one had a very in-depth understanding of all the structures and mechanics of the human body and the dynamics and...
Heh, for a thread about crying there is too much funny stuff :teeth:
Can't remember when was the last time, but I can say that there is nothing that gets to me as much as reading Call of the Wild.
Yeah, I have the same worry. I usually take a few minute break every couple of hours. Lying with your back against the floor for a few minutes helps as well. Going for walks too.
Congrats to all!
Cool designs. You've really advanced technically since the last time I saw images from you. I think you could incorporate some different textures to these, maybe it would add more variety in that...
Hmm, didn't you end the discussion? :P
Well, I feel a bit identified, since I tend to overstate and repeat the same thing too much, and stuff sentences with unecessary redundancies. Its a tough habit to break, just don't get defensive...
Wow. Love the idea, execution, scale, and mood. Very eerie.
You guys rule :teeth: :hatsoff: :yayca:
Its not irrelevant because his earlier works show an understanding of classical painting, above an average or mediocre level. Since he was not devoted to that line, its obvious he could not reach the...
If his self portrait done at age 15 is indeed by him, and his blue period works started in his early 20s, perhaps his late teens was a moment of transition between these two. Maybe he retained...
That assumption may be correct, but until conclusive evidence is offered to support it, it remains an assumption. That his father might have painted it doesn't mean he did paint it. That there's no...
Did it occur to some of you that maybe he didn't post it in english because he doesn't know the language well enough?
EDIT: muy bueno chris, me gusta la idea. Tal vez podrias...
This is a self portrait by Pablo Picasso.
He did this when he was 15 years old.