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My name is Kaisa and I'm here to improve and get inspiration, just like you My dream is to do illustrations but for challenging myself I'll do all kind of things.
Please feel free to comment. And come back again
Last edited by Windsrock; June 2nd, 2010 at 03:05 AM. Reason: updating
good. you have fantasy mn, but no technical
excuse my English. Use google to translate
Very different stuff youve got here, i like what your doing with the paintover, the child without hair is funny looking lol, thought it was golem at first lol, keep up the good work!
Sketch back if u'd Like..
My Sketchbook:Struggling to become and Artist XD
Nice sketchbook. Now, the thing I noticed right away was that the image where you used the photo reference, everything was a lot stronger!! You also shouldn't be afraid to use photo reference for backgrounds. Now, one thing I can suggest about reference, though, is to use ones that have slightly more natural feeling poses. If I hadn't seen the photograph, I wouldn't believe someone could be posed like that (I'm still having a hard time figuring out how she got that photo).
Don't be afraid to slow down and take your time making observations. At this point, you have the ideas down, I think it's the technical side you need to work on. Concentrate on drawing from life, or drawing from anatomy books in order to strengthen your anatomy skill. And keep drawing!
My sketchbook! http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=166709
If you want follow up critique/comments, feel free to send me a PM or post on a thread of mine! I might not realize you need it, otherwise.
You're doing some great stuff, trying different things, and that's very good (experience is the best teacher), but don't forget to do some "boring" studies once in a while (you know, anatomy, gesture, form, still-lifes...) to sharpen those skills of yours.
Nice apple ;p I like Baba Yaga too. Agree with pantless, plenty of still life studies and use as much reference as possible, all the practise will help your images become more believable.
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"Not all those who wander