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Last edited by Shmaba; June 29th, 2009 at 12:35 PM. Reason: Update on the last page
Great line weight and quality in that self portrait! I'm guessing it is a self portrait at least hehe... nice start, let's see mooorrreee
With the figure watch out with shading along the edges, it will make it look more flat! With studies, you'll see the basic shapes and with squinting, see the overall light hierarchy ! blah I'm bad with explaining, but keep it up!
Nice rendering on the bells! And the other paintings look nice too!
Keep it up!
Nice stuff you got here mate Keep it up want to se more
Hi nice stuff just post everything
Nice efforts so far. I look forward to meeting you at the next sketch-group. I love to critique so the more you update your SB, the more I will respond
keep it up!
sketchbook updated October 6th
Great angle on the dragon! let that gold color bounce onto the creature. Differentiate the colors of the environment near the viewer and the parts farther away. Finish this one!
Come on just finish the dragon. You've got some hours left.
I really like the composition. I think it is one of the best compositions in this TC round ! Just create a nice rendering and my vote is yours
Love those charcoal (am I right?) still lifes and other studies!
As for painting, its going along nicely! Just try to avoid unintentional smudgy edges, try to sharpen it a bit.
Oh and as for dragon: Same what MarkWinters told you!
hey there fellow SSG-er! I dig how youfind shapes thru color in that last WIP, its too bad if you dont finish it...
Compositionally speaking, I like how the tail's arc resonates with the direction of the wings, I think personally I would tilt the head upward on the dragon to give it more... oompf? also, I second Mark on the reflected light comment, and I'd tone down the yellow in the foreground a notch, to draw attention/saturation to the main subject; the Dragon.