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July 30th, 2009 #14
i dont feel like im in a position to give cc really, im so fresh here.. but if i was cutting a piece of wood i would keep my eyes on it, his eyes seem a bit off, and i'd love to see him cut that wood into something it kinda looks like a hairy coconut atm..
well, i dont feel very helpful, but i tried -.-' good luck
oh and btw, those collarbones connect alittle weird, it looks kinda flat
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July 30th, 2009 #15
Sollid Na, don't feel shy!
For your critique: Yes, you're right about the eyes thing. I'm trying to fix the problem for a while now (therefore the big changes in the face) - though I seem to be too stupid to get it right. Argh. Maybe I need to tilt the head a bit more? idk
Also working on the wood. Haha, I'm already glad that it doesn't look like a potato anymore. Though a hairy coconut is not much better. lol
I'll definitely check out the collar-bones. Thanks buddy!
July 30th, 2009 #16
It's a very nice painting! When I look at it the only thing that jumps out at me is that maybe the head os a little small? I think it looks that way because his sleeve is very large, I think it would work better if it was less loose. Loving your work so far!
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July 30th, 2009 #17
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July 30th, 2009 #18Registered User
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Love your portraits and sketches! I really have no crits for you, you seem to be extremly confident!
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July 31st, 2009 #19
I think i have something..look at the flipped version: i think the right shoulder (the one with the knife) is waay to big, and now look at the grayscale: i think the shading on the pants reflected by that knife-holding hand is off
Hope i said something useful ^^'
And good luck~
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July 31st, 2009 #20
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July 31st, 2009 #21
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July 31st, 2009 #22Tattoo Artist
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Great stuff so far, the guy sitting against the tree cutting on the wood looks great. keep up the good work.
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July 31st, 2009 #23
deerinheadlights Yeah, the proportions are a pain in the ass. Made the sleeve a tad smaller. Seems to work at first glance. It looks a little less off now. Thanks!
jackpot_anjr90 Thanks a lot. Worked a bit on the proportions - though I still need to check them back once more.
BlackDelphin You're right! Tried to fix it a bit with correcting the clothes. Looks better now, though I probably need to check it once more. Haha, the pants were still very much beta-phase. Made some progress on them today - hope it's better now?
JMonsterDesign, laxon, Icedearth15876 Thanks guys!
Giorge Thanks! My avatar is Oola from Guild Wars. I made a fanart from her last year for a little contest. Here's the full painting:
- tilted the picture a little -> pose is a little bit more laid back now
- added/corrected some details with clothing
- gave the wood a bit more shape (still doesn't look like wood, or does it?)
- tried to fix the issue with his eyes (he should look at the wood... though I fail at this D: )
- fancy bag!
Proportions are still a mess - will correct that tomorrow. Hopefully.
August 1st, 2009 #24
August 2nd, 2009 #25
Your WIP's coming along great! The face is just wonderful and I really envy your control over the folds in the clothing. For a crit, I'd like to see you add some variety to your colors. Presently the image is all green, brown, and a little ochre in the shirt. I would add a bit of warm yellow to the streaks of light in the background (and tint some of the right-side highlights on the figure with that same color) and add some blue-purple to the shadows in the foreground to push the depth of your values. And, this is really silly but for some reason that bag is really distracting me because of the vertical alignment; I would rotate the bag clockwise a little so it looks less posed (that should also add to your diagonal movement in the image a smidge). Good luck!
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August 2nd, 2009 #26
Sorry, no update! Still working on it - currently I got not much time. Got a test on Monday and still need to learn a bit for it.
Also Team CHOW II started! I'm participating with Team Coco Meowza! I'll post my stuff for that in our team SB and after the month is done I'll probably upload it here. :3
dierat Thanks a lot, that are some really helpful suggestions!