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November 13th, 2008 #1
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Fabulous but implausible. Is your heroine lacking underwear?
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November 13th, 2008 #3
Well the implausible is a factor here. A whole part of a city can of course not be supported by a teensy little bit of stone pillar. Otherwise it is a nice painting with vibrant colors and a cool, basic composition.
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November 13th, 2008 #4
This is great. The figure looks pretty solid. However, the stance of her right foot seems a little odd to me - this is possibly because it's twisted nearly perpendicular to the front of her body.
I'm not sure how successful framing all 4 corners is. It feels too symmetrical IMO. I would ditch the rocks in one corner (possibly the top left) to change things up a bit.
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November 14th, 2008 #5
Big Orange> hehe, yes I want put on the picture few erotic on start I was put there more, but I can`t because she must wear light armor
Havoc-DM> on original picture, there is a font, title of book (czech language). So composition is much better and work together.
November 14th, 2008 #6
im verry confuced with how her but and legs look.
im not sure but i think her right leg is longer then her left, and its not really conected with the hip, but placed in front of the hips. and finaly i think her hips are to far up on the body, and here legs should be shortened some and the hips moved down.
great piece otherwice, did you use any reference for the character?
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November 14th, 2008 #7
I`m not use any reference, only some sketch to fing good position (this is not my strong part) and then clothe her into some light armor.
I have 3 important thing when I was draw her
- she is alchemist
- and walking to the fortrest
November 14th, 2008 #8
Really nice composition, I like the sense of distance.
I would have to agree with the crits about her right leg, you could try just shortening her calf and making it thicker to match her left one.
In my experience though it's always best to have specific reference for figures, I was always taught that if there's even the smallest thing out of proportion it detracts from the whole piece. Luckily yours doesn't too much as the leg is hidden in shadow.
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November 14th, 2008 #9
November 15th, 2008 #10
I find the grass in the bottom right foreground is unnecessary, she looks to be standing at the gaping hole of a cave or an entrance to a dark mountain crevasse so it's unlikely there'll be a patch of grass growing there. An increase in smoky fog in the canyon below could also give the environment more of a mysterious look. Other than that, this is looking excellent. 5 stars.
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November 16th, 2008 #11
November 16th, 2008 #12
I'm not sure why "Implausable" would be something to comment on. It's Fantasy. I have to say that I love the castle. It's unique and an interesting take on an old subject. I get about what you're trying to do with the right leg, but I think the foot is twisted too far to the back. It looks like what you're going for was her pushing off the right leg to stand on the left looking out over the scene. But right foot is connected to the ground, I'm not sure it would do that with that type of stance... does that make sense? I hope so.
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November 16th, 2008 #13
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November 18th, 2008 #14
November 18th, 2008 #15
The background is pretty cool. The castle is well done, and its structure is pretty interesting. I think removing the top left cave wall and adding a deeper forest scene could really add to the piece. The clouds and mountains look nice.
November 18th, 2008 #16
Thats crazy awesome I love good fantasy stuff
November 18th, 2008 #17
great work, only bugs me is the heroine proportions (hands)
the rock works texture and the catsle are very good.
November 18th, 2008 #18
no windows? might be dark in there.
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November 19th, 2008 #19