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November 19th, 2008
The red one looks more like dragonfly/bird to me. Still, lovely creature design
More bird than spider but you got some great ideas and a really nice, detailed creature sheet.
Hm..not much to say here. His shoulders look a little too broad, I think and his face structure looks a bit off. I feel like we should be seeing some of his right ear. Take a look at a reference or...
October 20th, 2008
Wheeljack's advice about monochromatic studies is great. Take it into serious consideration!
Also, make sure to correct the skintones in this one. Her skin is a bit too yellow.
The pose itself looks kind awkward, like he's falling or sitting on something. I'm not sure if it can be fixed at this stage, though.
Try adding some shadow on the ground and/or some texture to...
Your palette is really nice. Try using a sparkly brush to blend the colors and a hard brush to define her facial characteristics.
Nice studies you got there! Keep it up.
When it comes to the Lost portraits, I still think Kate's turn out the best.
Btw, I keep recommending this tutorial right and left, but I think you'd...
You are doing good so far. Make sure to construct the human figure with basic shapes before you add any details.
If you're bored with anatomy studies, try making characters out of some poses.
Nice sketchbook! Love the pencil portrait in post #102
I'd recommend to study your compositions and expecially your color palette more carefully, though. A composition doesn't have to be...
October 8th, 2007
Whoa! You're improved so much since page #1. I'm impressed.
I think enviroments are your weakest point. Try for more dynamic poses too, for the last few ones were excellent...
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