Everyone, thank you big time for your feedback! College is stuffing up again and it's getting more seriously severe (or severely serious) this time My stuffs for the final project is again mutilated (critiqued harshly) in ways that i don't really liked, such as things called selling ability and reproduction efficiency. While i know these economic sides of art are important, i just don't like it. But thanks to the experience that CA taught me here, i am more down-resistant now. And hopefully, i will graduate from my college by the end of February this year. I will not be able to post much stuffs here, but i will try my best
Cameli: Thank you. Let's make some more progress! DSmith: That's a very encouraging words! Thank you arestocrat: Thank you for your compliment and thought. For the still-life: You are absolutely right. I actually realized that when i drew it. Since you mention it too, you can bet some still-lifes from life will come in here. That's my priority to study besides figures, when i can manage some stolen free-time for myself, that is Thanks for the boost Royzy: Thank you! More stuffs from imagination after i finished my college! krel: I will, thanks for encouragement. trexmaster: What i said to krel, above . ZhouPeng: Will do jackpot_anjr90: Thank you. Studies will not ever stop Dy.laneA:Thank you. I am glad you enjoyed them JasonHickey: Thanks for feedback Jason! About the cute and cuddly things that you said, you meant the kids sketches i did, right? Good idea anyway, thank you. I think i might pick one favorite and ink it. (Major chance, it's the one with a kid holding to fences). After the college that is Selina-Mei: Hi there, Sel! I'm glad to see you here Thanks for the encouraging words. Anatomy is said to take a lifetime to master, so you're right, let's just keep at it .
I have made a presentation again in my college that (again) went very roughly, but i got a lot of helpful insights, though they may taste like orange seed at first
So i just did this painting right after the presentation, because i need a little recreation. It's a self portrait, from imagination (focusing on my obvious facial features), definitely a mental poo Attachment 884669
I love the self portrait. If you push some values on that you'll get a lovely finished image. Maybe get a layer of light coming in from the right and darken the background kind of like chiara scura (caravaggio).
Maybe take the layer of the finished image and copy and multiply it and then mask off the highlighted areas. A good easy way to get light values. Or even painting a mask on the levels adjustment layer.
keep up the work.
Ps the pastel is nice too but I think maybe suffering a little from lack of detail? maybe that's what you're going for though, a kind of rough gestural sketch.
Hey. I like the flowers very delicate and good observation. And the last one is a great use of exaggerated perspective. However the girl walking through the crowd looks a bit flat.
Warning: Crit about to follow!
I think you should consider looking at some reference to fix her shoulder (raise it). There also seems to be a problem with the hair. I think if the wind is blowing it it should all blow in one direction.
Also I'm not sure but if you want to make her look embarrassed or shy maybe have her looking slightly away from the builders.
If you want her to look determined then I suggest having her head raised high.
Hope that's not too scathing. Looking forward to seeing this book!
Alot of good stuff goin on in here wittcrack, you seem to master alot of different styles but always seem to squeese in much of your own unique one in everything. I like the humourous approach you seem to have in everything you draw!
Hey witcrack how goes it? Some really nice stuff added since i was last here i really like the mech/ent piece and the illustration piece of the woman with the camera is super sweet keep churning them out!