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Nice start, big improvement with your second study. You were feeling clearly more comfortable with your usual work station :)
Your values are really close, maybe the water is a little bit...
Don't worry, I assume you're super busy. The most important thing is that you can see actual improvement in your work.
I think it's a good a thing to stop looking at your painting -to "forget it"...
Glad to see you again!
Nice job on fixing the clouds.
14- "Ballet at the Paris opera" by Edgar Degas
(~ 6 hours)
Despite the time spent on this one, I tried not too focus too much on details (I could easily have spent at least 6 more hours...
Thank you a lot Jason and Faun.
It really means the world to me.
That's a nice start here!
Maybe save some extra time to fix your shapes and values, some elements are a bit off (like the breastplate on your first work, the girl's expression and ribbons...
13- "The Duel After the Masquerade" by Jean-Léon Gérôme
Maybe I should have worked with in higher res with this one, because I ended up doing pixel art when I tried to push...
Jason and Ranunkel: Thanks a lot for the feedback! Always appreciated :)
Man, these last two weeks were tough... Had (and still have) to deal with some annoying mood swings, sleep troubles and...
Yay! Nice improvement with this one!
Your values and shapes are getting really close!
Still a bit too dark or too bright on some places, but you're definitely improving a lot!
Keep it up!
Awesome work! I took me a couple of seconds to guess which one was yours :D
I think it's time you put your name under the copy!
Nice progress! The values are coming along well.
But if I may, I suggest that you slow down a little and spend a bit extra time on fixing your shapes.
In your most recent study for example, the...
Indeed it is, I checked too. My brain is really playing nasty tricks on me.
Double great job!
Thanks for dropping by and the feedback Madaoway :)
I find your idea of blending the character with the background very interesting. Maybe I'll try that next time. As I said, I wanted to make a...
Ah sorry, I meant it was really good for a 2~3 hours work, really close to the original!
Hey Igson! :D
Nice job with this one! I like how you shaded it, especially for the time allowed.
Maybe her hair could have been a little bit softer, but very nice study anyway!
I'm glad it helps! :)
Nice job with your Sargeant study! There's something a bit odd with his head, I don't know what exactly.
Maybe the face is a bit too narrow and the lips a bit too thick? Sorry...
Agree with xArtKingx. Don't look at your clock and focus on your shapes and values. Once you're happy with this you can render at will :)
Nice start, wait to see more!
Amazing works as always O_O
The Indiana Jones one got me too.
The last one is very impressive... but it seems you've centered it a bit higher than the original?...
By the way, I wonder, is it...
These reworked versions are nice! :)
Try flipping your canvas horizontally and vertically for mapping shapes. It helps getting them right and see mistakes more easily.
Hi guys, it's been a busy week...
Wanted to try and apply what I've learned so far in LevelUp in a <a...
This was supposed to be a fast colored study painting, (since I've started LevelUp about a month ago...) but I enjoyed it a lot... So here it is.
(I hope this is the right section of...
Ah wow, thank you! ^^O
I try to do my best, I'm glad if it may help. Don't hesitate to watch the video several times and re-read your notes. There are many important things to remember.
We all have our weaknesses, that's why we're here :)
I tend to easily freak out when I have to draw something I know I'm not good at.
When it happens (i.e. everytime...) I take a deep breath and...
Hi fellow Frenchie ;)
I love that painting too.
Regarding critiques, Sam was quicker than me :p
I think your values and edges are good but watch for your perspective.
Try to flip your canvas...
Thank you Sam!
I've never fiddled with photoshop color profiles before (except RGB/CYMK profiles). I didn't know about that, so thanks for the tip!
I think I've found the source of the problem....