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    Lora's Sketchbook (Some Mild Artistic Nudity)

    Hi Everyone
    I guess I will try to start a thread here for some of my PhotoShop work. I am by no means great at it but I love the program and I love learning with it


    This one was a submission for a challenge in a different forum for a D&D character called a 'Tiefling'. She was drawn on watercolor paper with pencil, then inked and scanned into PS CS2 for painting. I really liked it so I thought I would start with it.

    I will add more as I go, Thanks so much for looking!
    Lora

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    Any comments and critiques are welcome

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    Hi SoulWraith,
    I love her pose, showed the parts I wanted to see quite well
    ( I meant the tail..hehehe)
    One crit though is her left arm, it doesn't seem to be holding her
    weapon. Her right arm is holding it, and the shaft is angled like its being supported by 2 both her arms, but when you look at her left arm, its not.
    But I do love her as a character, seems very interesting.

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    Thank you so much. I have been thinking about opening the PSD and fixing that because I did not realise it looked weird until I posted it LOL.

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    Yup yup, good lines, I think the bg is a bit iffy by the whole design of the piece is cool. Actually I mostly question the colors but it's a bit comix like so anything goes.

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    Don't be afraid to throw down some more tonal range. The drawing is OK but looks very flat at the moment. Pick a direction for a light source and use it. Some more obvious lighting will create alot more volume and form.

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