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July 9th, 2008 #1
Hello mates, I just arrived on the ship. I'm new on this board and like what I see here so far. I look forward to some feedback. I will post more work soon.
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I think the flesh is very well executed and the picture came out very photo realistic.
Last edited by SoulWicked; July 10th, 2008 at 12:31 AM.
July 10th, 2008 #3
July 10th, 2008 #4
thats an assterpiece! id be tempted to solidify the shapes and volumes of the soles of the shoes, since they really stand out as being much less fussed over than the ass. yes, you could use the whole focal point argument, butt the fact is that they sit closer to the viewer than those meticulously sculpted butt cheeks, and that means they should receive at least a similar amount of attention. and her sock looks a tad confusing as well...id rethink its lower edge at least, as it is killin the depth some for me.
keep painting asses.
July 10th, 2008 #5
Also, there's a little patch of black beside her left cheek that doesn't match all the rest of the black.
July 10th, 2008 #6
The flesh looks very reallistic, but her underwear lakes some value
July 10th, 2008 #7
You've done an excellent job of copying your reference. You need to do a better job of understanding it.
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July 10th, 2008 #8
Thats coro with the zinger! Yeah, the image looks photo realistic in just about every area but the shoes and socks. And to me, when I look at a "photo" and something sticks out as being not photo realistic, I think somethings wrong.
All in all, those are some real ass looking butt cheeks.
July 10th, 2008 #9
The white shorts have no rendering or feel of depth to it, it's too flat. It looks like a silhouette.
And LOL @ Dad.
July 10th, 2008 #10
I agree with Bowlin about the shorts. Add a little more shading in the right places. The female form is all about curves and volume. Overall, great job. I'll never get tired of all the different ways artists have rendered this subject matter.