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here it is a portrait of the master of japanese animation hayao miyazaki. i love his films and i thought he had an interesting face so i made a portrait of him dont know if i can call it finished yet.. any crits are veeery appreciated.
Push your values a bit more. I can see you're trying some different hues in the skin, now do the same with value. This requires a good knowledge of the form of the head, but no other way to learn it than to try it.
tnx liffey... can you plz explain the meaning of value? im italian and i just cant get the meaning f it
thanks for the crit on my thread. Value is simply lightness or darkness. to push forms you need to darken or lighten certain areas of a painting. like in the portrait you are working on in the corner of miyazaki's eyes toward his nose you can "darken" the value right there to make his nose and eyes read better. Push the values according to the planes of the head.
also his lips should be rendered a little better too. rendered simply means to cause or to become. Right now his lips don't look like lips, they are too flat.
i worked on values and rendered the lips a little more here it is