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Some effective use of textures Craig and the face has an appealing innocence despite the studs.
Love your creative use of props as a compositional device in the girl pic. - great lighting on the skin too.
:teeth: Shows promise. Don't leave it another 2 years before taking up the brush again!
I also meant to mention that Painter still seems to be very buggy in some areas and sometimes I have found myself using select and delete in similar situations when pressed for time. I have found...
Possible that you have preserve transparency on. Try toggling it and then erasing.
I love illustrations with period costume and illustrations from earlier eras. - Have you checked out American Art Archives at http://www.americanartarchives.com/artist_bios.htm. I love all that J C...
Don't we all have trouble with anatomy?!! I constantly find myself having to make stuff up with little time and inadequate reference or none at all. Even so I wouldn't swap my job for anything...
Like the humour. I can be a sucker for the cute stuff.
Love shelly's entry. It has everything - composition,colour, decorative qualities, anatomy, character, lighting - all great.
Love the contrasting heavy blacks and fine lines, great use of scale and composition.
Love the sky in the first one. Your use of the even-width black line works with the simplified approach in 3 but conflicts with the textural qualities in 2. Good to see a variety of approaches.
I'm a cartoonist/illustrator working for an educational games software company.Check out some of my stuff at http://home.kooee.com.au/postcard/Index.html if you're curious. I'm afraid...