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April 2nd, 2011 #16
taking a lot into account, your suggestions. getting headaches.
wont say much but realized after regraphing her body shes much thinner than i had drawn her.
okay here goes.
close up of face, there might not be enough contrast on her face. maybe my screens too bright, let me know.
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April 3rd, 2011 #18
had a minor meltdown last night.
dont know what i would do without art.
April 3rd, 2011 #19
April 5th, 2011 #20
late night inspiration.
April 5th, 2011 #21
Why back from the blue colours? I liked it.
Well I must say for me this is one of these "uhh nice chick I need portrait" pictures, because I have seen SO MANY OF THEM. So many.
As said earlier before, I think if you make the picture clearly different than the photo, it would actually express something? What about getting references and draw her body, in a dancing pose?
(I can't do a paintover, and I am aware that putting it the way I ddid wouldn't work, but just to make my point: )
April 5th, 2011 #22
changing the colors, for this picture. it just made her feel so fake to me. like a fairy. i like this much better.
but im still fiddling with it. ahah. ill probably change the colors another fifty times.
thats a good idea though! i might extend the picture more to show her body. and then i can finally feel okay about that arm.
maybe mermaid. *o*
April 5th, 2011 #23
am i the only one who attached images are working?
double posting to be sure. D:
April 11th, 2011 #24
April 12th, 2011 #25
Hey spiritvanished. I don't know if you're still working on this or not, but from my observations in this thread, the changes you've made seem to be masking the true issues in this piece. The main problems I see are in the figure--the most glaring to me are in her shoulder and neck region. The connection between her clavicle and shoulder seem slightly off. Also, you may want to research the major muscle in the neck--the sternomastoid(look it up). Lastly, researching the trapezius muscle could help you get a better grip on drawing her shoulders.
It looks like you're reluctant to scrap your work so far--I'm not saying that you should. But redrawing the concept and getting things right in the preliminary drawing stages may pay off later.
April 12th, 2011 #26
April 12th, 2011 #27
I wish I had read this a few hours earlier.
i essentially scrapped my last ref, and looked for a whole new one.
drew over the body, and merged the two .
i got too attached to some things in the image. :/ but im sucking it up and being a woman. aha.
thank you for the crits!
im doing more research for the shoulder/collarbone, but im not well versed in anatomy, and am having trouble finding a picture from a similar angle.
but im still looking!
April 17th, 2011 #28
April 17th, 2011 #29
hey there nice job with the color scheme and the hair i really like the texture around that area
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