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    Arrow My digital Art work!!

    O.K let`s rock
    Go to the next page for new work`s of mine My digital Art work!!
    I made this with photoshop it was a worming up on hair working improvement C&C are welcome My digital Art work!!
    2 Anji work`s comin up !!in my Opera you can see these and more
    My digital Art work!!
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    My digital Art work!!
    Ime gona work on more so... i well get better


    O.K a non digi work this one is in 50x70 it was not finished when i got the picture so *** the bug`s are a children`s story book project i had
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    for the most part this is great!

    first the second image is really too small to give any kind of good critique on.

    now on the other image I could suggest that you brighten up the highlights in her hair just a little and try to make them a little sharper as well then at the ends of her hair it seems too sharp and needs to be softer try to take out some of the lose hairs as they make her look a little frizzy. the black line that seperates her mouth is a little too sharp and strong try blending it with the color around it so it becomes thiner and the lips seem to have more shape. the area below her chin seems very flat and needs more work think contrast. her nose is just a little long bring the top of her head down just a touch. her sholder is low and too much of a slope. well that is all I can see that needs improvment. sorry it cant be perfict but then nothing is anyway.

    cant wate to see it when it is finished
    Last edited by jokerrabit; February 4th, 2008 at 06:24 PM. Reason: just wanted to add something
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    ThanX for the time it mean`s alot ime gona make the second one biger so ime on it thanX again
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    ThanX for the tip`s i well get the 2nd one bigger
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    O.K the big one
    Last edited by Amir the night wolf; February 5th, 2008 at 04:51 PM.
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    just like the other one the hair needs more work brighter more defined highlights the under part of her arm seems a little flat you need to add a little more light in the back ground to give some contrast between the hair and the background and I'm not sure what it is but there is something wrong where her chin meets with her neck I think maby the distance between her chin and her throught. but all in all you do great work
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    ThanX man i think i got to do better fo sho
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    Maybe I'm just getting cynical in my old age, but these just look like painted over photos, particularly the second one. Would you mind posting your original reference pics?
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    stop working from photographs, you're paying no attention to local color

    all of your hues feel flattened and as though youre workign from 2D instead of creating the illusion of a three dimensional form.

    the hair has really inconsistant textural aspects.
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    Red face

    I agree with Grief sadly. Your painting technique is very beautiful and you have a good sense of proportion, but your rendering and skin tones are so flat it makes your beautiful girls seem lifeless.

    Luckily like traditional painting you can just build up on what beautiful things you have. Start looking at the form and understanding the structures underneath (both muscle and bone), from there you can start rendering and building up the proper planes to give your work a more realistic feel of depth.

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    Maybe I'm just getting cynical in my old age, but these just look like painted over photos, particularly the second one. Would you mind posting your original reference pics?
    I don;t mind if you did or not, some artists do it and its acceptable and some don't. It all depends on how you feel. I think the best way to improve is to start studying from life. That way you can start to really pick up on the tiny nuances that make thigns the way they are.

    Good work though keep on growing and post more ^^. We will be waiting.
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    Damn the pictures are too big next time no more too big pictures...sorry
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    * My sketch book : http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=117461

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    Choose to live a life that matters.

    * My sketch book : http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=117461

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