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    Wizardess *Update*

    hi, i was just wondering if someone could help me out with this back, i dont think its right

    sorry about image size

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    Hi.

    since the back is not lit, the midtones have to be darker than the midtones of the arm.

    I would say it should look like this:

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    wow, much better thanks for showing me how its done

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    The tool that you have selected (I donīt know the english name of it - smudge tool?):

    forget it

    AND: since the zoom is 200% the picture must be really small. I would recommend to work in larger sizes (this would be my 100% at least)

    Iīm interested in your progress with this - please show us the update when you have gone further

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    the head is stretched out to front too much. There's no way you can bend your neck like that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Medice View Post
    the head is stretched out to front too much. There's no way you can bend your neck like that
    the head was refrenced from an actual photo of an actress, so yes you can bend you head that way

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    you are trying to mix 2 pictures with different perspective.

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    update of face painted

    i know ive kept the hair from the photo, i will try to do my own hair later on, also her bicep is abit to short so i will try give it more length
    [the dagger is just a representation before i can do a proper one, also theres a staff to go in the other hand and the dress needs doing but, all will be done in time]

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    The biceps is ok I think.
    The forearm is much too thin and the hand is much too small.

    cut out the head and hair with the lasso tool and place it closer to the neck.

    These problems should all be solved in the sketch - before one starts to paint.
    If you have a strong desire to make this a good one, start new. Do sketches, improve them untill you (or we in the forum ) are satisfied and then paint it with correct proportions. I fear that how you do it now it will be a thing with no end and you will do things here and things there...

    Is this critique ok for you?

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    yeah, its great criticism

    i wanna show you how this one started and the difference from this image to next

    [on my last project i did start stright painting, but then sketched a dragon out, scanned it in and it made a great difference] the dragon is in my sketchbook

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    her head shouldn't be so far left, its does not look connected to the neck.

    im trying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brandnewyork20 View Post
    her head shouldn't be so far left, its does not look connected to the neck.
    yeah, gonna fix this for next update

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