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    Cow kill

    guys say something about this painting,please

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    I'll help ya out bud,

    (not that i'm any expert ) I think the way you allowed the brushstrokes to show in certain areas is great, it give a human feel to it, not so computer generated, and the way it encompasses the entirety of the piece, it provides cohesion in style.

    Color -wise it works well I suppose, again, i am no expert so i'm not too sure, but the warmer colors towards the top help express the light on the subject well, and the cooler colors for the darker half also express a good weight to the painting.

    Two critiques- In my opinion, the rib cage should not jut out so much when considering natural human anatomy (although it could be the lack of flesh on that side of the subject), but in any case, its solitary prescence bugs my eye a little, maybe recede it a bit, as if its going back into space.

    #2- I think you could push the depth perceived between the arm and the body, the values in the surrounding areas are a little flat to me, and if you pop your brights a bit, and maybe even lighten up under the arm, it would better separate itself on the proper plane you're going for. In short, greater contrast, in my opinion would help.

    Overall, creative piece, even it was just a study, or whatever it might be for, you did a good job. BE PROUD!

    *cm*

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    The anatomy's just wrong.

    The sternomastoid's not properly attached to the clavicle.

    I suggest studying Bridgman's Constructive Anatomy.

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    I like the painting style too but it does look unfinished in some places. The shoulder/pec area is very unclear as to what that light shape is. The lines dont seem consistent. The dark thin lines being used on the skull don't match the soft lighter lines on the arm. This gives the painting two different looks so the arm actually looks like it doesn't match the skull.

    The belt buckle should line up with center line..even tho an offset buckle is possible, it looks off to the viewer.

    I agree with Kamber since the piece is using the ribcage as such an important part of the painting, it just has to be correct.

    Good job.

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    thanks

    thanks guys! Now I just made some change, and please tell me, is there somewhere I can do it better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinsimon View Post
    thanks guys! Now I just made some change, and please tell me, is there somewhere I can do it better?
    Study the attached Bridgman diagram.

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