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Beautiful colors and designs. The watercolors are especially fine.
Great work Cristina!
Really liking the way you're applying your studies... particularly the Loomis studies (skeletons, etc). The ideas are good as well (the girl sketches). The Hampton stuff looks pretty good, too.
Well, it's good you came back after a month.
A strong kick in the ass, eh?
One thing you might need to do is change your way of thinking there. Instead of looking to outside sources (like a...
I know you want red lines and critique, but here's some advice that will be better than all of that.
Every artist is self taught. Every artist. That means Leonardo, Michelangelo, Picasso,...
Hrmm.... your images aren't showing for me. I'll reload your page tomorrow and see if it works.
For some reason the images aren't loading... bleh. Vlad, I'll be back when they start showing up again.
Once in a while I see updates from her DA page... but nothing here. Hmm.
Hay Kostaas! :D
Sorry about no comments for a while... your thread moves fast and has great work all the time. I started to watch your battle mage video a while back and it was going great :D...
scuse me a minute...-
Good to have you back among the fold. Nice work on the SP.
Cool studies, Dr. Cristina :D Particularly the foot construction and priestess pieces.
Hi Marian :)
Nice work, again! RE: Torso width... a good rule of thumb for front-view is a torso should be about two head-widths wide. It looks like you got it pretty close in that one you're...
Really liking the horses Vlad.
Amazing designs, Thom. Very cool.:steph:
LOL... girl under bench playing with the man's feet. Good stuff, V.
Fun work, Liffey/Ian. Fun work.
Hey Thom! Great work lately of course.
Actually have a bit of a crit here; if the latest still life is completed, the crit would be that there are too many lost edges. Because of the law of...
Really nice work.
Dang, walnut... all these harems you're inventing... if a guy just casually stumbled in to one, he'd be immediately at risk of some kind of heart failure. :P
You're definitely finding the appeal,...
Great to have you back, V.
Would like to see what you could do with better edge definition (hard/firm/soft/lost).... there's a good direction to go. Liking your ideas, as always!
LOL! So wonderful... literally laughed out loud for about a minute straight at the underwear bandit, whose underwear were way too big for him. :D :D :D
Maybe people's experiences with Mattias'...
Hey Blackie... in those figure drawings in red... I was starting to feel some weight there... you were giving them good weight.
Nice work :)
Haha... wow mate. The amount of work you do is so good, and the amount of good work you do is great.
This one is special; it gives a really emotional feeling.Nice job there....
Bristol, eh? Nice city. I have a colleague there. I remember walking through a sizeable park there last summer (2011). There was some kind of statue at the center. It was pretty close to a house they...
This guy has some really good videos that describe good ways of getting depth into your drawings. When you can, start from the beginning of his videos.