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A blitz's result for illustrating IT being transformed into a gremlin of the Stripe variety. Twas for a movie pitch!
This is currently on my plate now:
I've been mentoring with Iain McCaig and he wants the entire, as in all the plot points, of Red Riding Hood in a single illustration.... kewl, but will require more study!
Here's how I see little miss RedCap
And an update (it's a crazy story eh, I know my kids will love the cutting of bellies and filling with rocks etc)
And if any critiques come to mind, please divert your attention to the quick reply button located directly below!
I took my sketch and roughed in the values (underneath), then added some detail + cleanup on top (all in BW still), then I started blending some colours in overlay mode just to give me a variety to choose from as I go in for another pass. I didn't post the colour one big as really it's just a palette mixer at this point!
More to come!
The studies are good, you should do more. Do some studies on female faces, make them attractive.
Hope you'll do better, cause you can.
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Vigilandus, I thank your comments - much obliged. I agree she looks a bit haggard but as you say, nothing further study can't fix. Will incorporate sexyness blending mode tomorrow....
Adjusted the overall values in order to bring eyes in to the key point first.
new image proposal
Any comments would be much obliged! Thanks for viewing.
Some further venturing into the unknown... I think some moonlight/rock/bear studies will ensure success
Lot's of pictures for a new sketchbook. It seems you still have some problems with anatomy. Also you still have to work on you painting-skills. Post some more work, specilally some studies.
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