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I chose this Rubens piece because of the really cool diagonal positioning of the two subjects, and the great emphasis on the figure and the eagle's head, and the economy of the background.
Thanks. I'm struggling with this more than I expected, will try to spend more time. Here's a Frazetta - not an old master, but one of my favorite pieces of his. Awesome mood, great lighting/emphasis...
Thanks. Here I tried to pay more attention to the hard/soft edge variety:
Damn it, I can see my mistakes now. In my attempt to fight my problem of always going lighter than I should, I went too dark, heh
Sorry - reuploading now. More to come later today.
Thanks again. Here are another three. Two Turners, one of them I chose for the interesting square composition. And The Swing - which is amazing, and was quite difficult to study and didn't have time...
Thanks gain, Jason.
Here's another one - a David this time. I struggle when I have to paint the values of the little details - like folds on draperies, etc. I know I should focus on the larger...
Thank you very much for the comment, Jason! I tried to follow your crit.
Here's a Bouguereau. A lovely composition, one of my favorite pieces. I like how the dark drapery is surrounding the light...
And a Caravaggio - mainly because of his use of light and economy.
Starting with a Rembrandt study
I really like this one because there are a lot of things on the picture, yet the artists managed to play very well with all this complexity and to put the emphasis...
Same problem here - tried both Firefox and Chrome. Keeps logging me out, and has some redirecting issues : once I log in, I get an error:
I have the same problem, with essentially any image, and none of the ones I tried are wider than 700 px ad more than 800 kb or so.
That's really cool!
Best thing about creating artwork - there's always a personal flavour :) Thanks!
Sometimes I lower the opacity of my sketch layer and then trace it neatly on a new layer - you can do the same with tracing paper.
Thank you so much for the crit! These are actually exercises from an educational DVD, not my own designs. I struggle a lot drawing this kind of things, as my main interest is the figure, but it's...