Muddy putty came after the rough dough, skeptical influences toward the deadline,
I saw the horizon of the bright autumn valley, I’ve experienced new casts of wind, heard
some occasional whistles in the background, the air is peculiarly quiet on your environment
paintings. The ‘November’ piece is a masterpiece, one could sit for hours and stare at
this beautiful tranquil painting, I knew that you will be the one who will bring miracle
to the table. The ‘February’ witch painting for the local calendar is gorgeous, and
I think she is happy cause of her hat and cause of her cat. I would like that hat to
sit more on her head and that she have bigger breasts, but in the end, she will have
to deal with the facts as they are, and take good care of her little pussy, cause it
just might get frozen in the middle of the dark winter. You did a good job
on your latest paintings, definite improvements, every day is a new challenge
for you, but you have accomplished successfully every mission till now,
so I really cannot see, what is the thing that could stop you at this point.
Keep rolling the barrel full of milky water upside the hill.
Hey ho nice sketchbook! really cool entries and I especially like the landscapes
but a little advice on the latest artwork try to use a bit more hard edges (if its called like that)
because it looks a bit to soft/blurry (i do not know the right term for it)
You have improved your skin rendering on the last portrait, nice
values and nice blending. The eyes however are a few steps back considering
the reality grade, it’s somehow too cartoony compared to the rest of the face and
hair. Also the mouth should require a bit of shadows and blending to look more
like the part of the face and not floating over it. I suggest you to do some more
eye paintings, copy them from photo references, try to get the right colors, right
shapes and right highlights. As twelvex mentioned above, you could have used
some sharp edges, for example under the chin and on the right side of the face
where it meets the hair. I see some very interesting paintings above also, you
have been working hard and I think that there are definite improvements.
The diligent dedication pays off in the end, I respect everything you do,
and I think that with this pace you will be even better in no time.
So keep up with the good things and don’t give up painting.