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    Digital Painting: Miss Private H, Crit please

    Hello people!

    This would be a bit of challenge, since I've just began painting digitally

    I'm working on coloring a picture I drew from Neondevil's human anatomy mentoring thread. And I would like to have alot of crits and comments as possible to make my painting work!

    You can follow thre process here:
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=129288

    The last picture is where I'm currently standing

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    great. Its coming along. Play around with light shadow and blend. Do u use a tablet??? Its good tho. I like the pose.

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    Thanks! Yeah, I'll try taht!

    Nope I don't have a tablet (can't afford anyone atm) ... using a semi-old-fashioned irritating interesting mouse of the past! >.<"

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    buy a tablet, dude!
    The cheapest wacoms can be bought for 50 EUR!
    And even they are a large step forward from a mouse.

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    It looks good. I think you might want to shorten her right boot though. It looks way longer than the left one. And I agree. I have the smallest tablet you can buy and it makes a world of a difference when coloring.

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    Very, VERY spotty color job, there. You would greatly benefit from plotting out your color areas and light source. Outline the areas where the color and lighting are going to fall and then begin blocking it in.

    Or paint some fruit in the digital painting in PS #2 thread.

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    I think I have one suggestion that might help you, don't stick to the lines as much as you are doing so. It makes you feel almost clustrophobic and you can really see many erorrs in your own work that way.

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    Ah, ok - I'll try working on that! thanks!

    Keep the crits comming!

    EDIT: Ok, Some minor changes - I'm still working on it (colors, anatomy etc ...)

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    Ok, now i made some major replacement with her body ... still working on the anatomic issues (her right knee?) before I pick-up coloring again

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    Augh! I noticed I got alot of anatomic issues with this one ... so I totally redraw the picture ... in another pose

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    Paintjob proceeding ...

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    Your detail seems to be coming along...

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    I think you should focus more time on the initial drawing before adding so much detail. No matter how nice the painting may be it will be weakened if the drawing isn't strong. With this particular one I see a few anatomoical issues: the right breast is flat and smaller than the right, her weapon is going through her right hand, and you need to work on the forshortening. It's always so tempting to jump the gun on a drawing and color it. I still sometimes do this so I thought I would pass on what advice I've been given and have learned. Keep it up work^^

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