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January 13th, 2010 #1
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The first two have a beautiful mood and the idea behind is gorgeus, need a lot of detailing though.
The last two were on the critics forum, I think you still need to apply the advices you were told, like working more on the leaves of the last one, or defining more that "spirit" flying through the tree.
The one I like the most is the third one, I think the foreground works like if it was an oriental old painting, and I find that really cool
keep it up
January 22nd, 2010 #7
Majora - Thanks.
alexson - Aye, t'is me fave as well!
aliciad33 - it's how I like it, I just HATE ûber detailed superduper photomanipped paintings =/ Sketchyness has more feeling too it.
dnakayama - it was vaguely inspired by Mononoke
adconcept - I will not deny I need to do more details in my art, however I do prefer my drawings more Loose and sketchy, as said above, It gives a better mood and feeling.
As mentioned in the Critique section, detail (and sometimes some point of interest) is what my work is lacking, thus I will work on these for my future paintings!
I would rather make a new great painting than redo an old one
Thank you so much for your kind words and suggestions! I will do better next time.
January 22nd, 2010 #8
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