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I recently started painting digitally and, with about 12 assignments in the last four weeks, really feel like I have learned a lot fast. However, I have soooo far to go. Here is some of my progress, from most recent to least recent. See what I've learned!
please comment, I am really trying to learn and improve, so any feedback would be wonderful!!
Last edited by lilschecky; October 21st, 2007 at 01:31 PM.
(Your first two pics aren't showing.)
Looks good to me for only a month's worth of experience. My color attempts are disastrous.
I think you should have filled in the fish and plants in that underwater scene. It would look much better as a whole. Your last picture happens to be my favorite. Hope she lands safe...
Thanks for telling me! I fixed the post. Its funny that the last is your fav, cause that's the first one I did!
Good suggestion on the fish, i actually am not 100% on that peice, and really want to expand on it, or do it traditionally or something.
Thanks for the comment, take care!
Work in progress: good verses evil squirrels speed painting
work in progress - bubblegum, zac efron
Here are a few details of the bubblegum painting
Sketch for the Syracuse Poster Project. We have to illustrate Haikus. Mine is "Crystal Quilts of Ice
Fluffy Bankets of snow with
dreams that warm the soul"
Feedback would be great!
work in progress for the syracuse haiku poster project
I don't really know much about digital, or really using color at all, but it looks to me like you're learning really fast. I love the first one, its a neat creature.
youre right! your sketch book is super sexy!
you have some really nice work, please keep on postin
Flippnastywebby, and Darren_1989, thanks for the comments! I will defintely try to post more often.
Here are some uber-cute illustrations! These are in watercolor
I love illustrator! I can't wait to make more stuff
Yes, I know that "congratualtions" is spelled wrong...
By the way, these look soooo much better on a white background! (like they're supposed to be)