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    Profane Lizard

    First of all sorry my poor english.

    I'm new at digital art scenery (abou a month ago) and i find someone who can help/criticize/argue/tips me to improve my works.

    Let's go to my "Lagarto Profano" or Profane Lizard.


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    Thanks,
    Cerejazz.

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    I think you're doing okay. Not sure about the hands and legs yet. Why cut it off short? Have you thought about the background?

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    Unless you colorpick from a photo, you will quickly run into problems with this kind of coloring method.
    You are putting a lot of energy into a small part of the picture, without seeing things in context.

    Color can't be seperated from it's surrounding colors: http://gurneyjourney.blogspot.de/201...constancy.html
    Values are dependand on other values in the picture. http://gurneyjourney.blogspot.de/201...-illusion.html


    You'll get the most control, if you work hierarchically: Big things first, little things later.
    Add the rough basic colors to the lizard and it's surrounding. Then see if everything works together or if you have to change anything.

    I just took a break to post this.
    But sometimes I also draw stuff
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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Spot View Post
    I think you're doing okay. Not sure about the hands and legs yet. Why cut it off short? Have you thought about the background?
    The cutted leg is a miss calculation of "papper" proportions, like the tail, but i will transfer the layers in a new big file. I dont think about make a backgorund yet, but i will consider do one.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kiera View Post
    Unless you colorpick from a photo, you will quickly run into problems with this kind of coloring method.
    You are putting a lot of energy into a small part of the picture, without seeing things in context.

    Color can't be seperated from it's surrounding colors: http://gurneyjourney.blogspot.de/201...constancy.html
    Values are dependand on other values in the picture. http://gurneyjourney.blogspot.de/201...-illusion.html


    You'll get the most control, if you work hierarchically: Big things first, little things later.
    Add the rough basic colors to the lizard and it's surrounding. Then see if everything works together or if you have to change anything.
    Yeah, i have bad habit do to like u said "putting a lot of energy into a small part of the picture", perhaps an anxiety to finish the painting...anyway, i will read the articles to improve my painting skills.


    Thanks and again, sorry for my poor english,
    Cerejazz

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    I rework the painting based on value method.

    Profane Lizard

    Someone can help me with critiques and tips?

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