Last edited by Cyberman; December 1st, 2013 at 09:33 PM.
If you're shooting for something along the lines of sargent, its all about the confidence of the marks you make. You have to know what you're doing and do it. It's kind of a master painter thing. But its good advice for everyone. For example, on the pants/dress part, try not to use such short lines. Make one or two marks per color shape, and work on making those marks really describe the form.
Looks pretty good to me!
For whatever it's worth, if you want to paint like Sargent, don't be working on a computer. Digital media are great for getting the concept across or design work, but Sargent's (or Rembrandt's) level of bravura pretty much requires the kind of calligraphic touch one can only get with an actual brush. And about a million hours experience painting from the model. Better get going.
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