i am new to digital painting but i am trying to get used to it, i have made two painting in photoshop , i hope you will like it , comments are welcome
last image is done in water colour ( the boat), rest all in photoshop.
Last edited by sarbeswar; December 24th, 2008 at 02:28 AM. Reason: resize image
u have made a very smooth trantition from traditional to digital media i have to say .. done well .. some things i would like to point ,You can look into the positioning of the eyes .they look a little off place to me if you look at it .they have gone a little lower on the forehead too . Jonny Depp looks really good. whole thing looks great. It you can make the shirt better it'll look better.
the woman's ear is profile view while the rest is 3/4 you need to take the ear back by shading it. all in all you are doing very well at transitioning into digital. and your work is extremely promising. please post more.
The watercolour boat one is beautiful!
As is the Jack Sparrow painting. I think that one looks really well done, but as was mentioned before a little more defining on the shirt could improve it. Like the belt buckles are very detailed and clean, same with the face, but the shirt feels smudged and unfinished.
The woman's portrait has got a lot going for it. At this point it could use some fixes to the proportions. From what I can tell at this time the eyes are too low in the head causing her to look like she has a overly large forehead. Moving those up in the head so the eyebrows are closer in line to the top of her ear could help. Also her eyes feel too close to one another. I think if the eye on the right was moved over to the outer edge a bit and the one on the left a little to the left it would balance out. Very nice detail work on her hair and outfit! Love the rich colours.
Good work, keep it up!
i except your critique.next time when i will do next work in that time i remember your valuable lession
Don't forget to measure against your reference photo - the woman's face is well rendered, but it seems randomly plopped onto the head, rather than the actual face.