Ok, so I hope I'm not embarassing myself *too* much by posting this…
I chose this piece because it is stored in one of the museums in my city…
Took one hour. What I noticed is the economy of the background contrasting with the emphasis put on the face and later on the fluffy animal guy… I also like the repitition pattern in her necklace.
I'm just jumping into digital art and I hope that this workshop can help me ^^
I chose this one because I like her face expression and how she holds her hand next to her face. It looks very natural. Sadly I wasn't able to capture the expression :<
I notice the variety of patterns of her dress, especially the lace.
You are not embarrassing yourself at all. Welcome to the fray.
You are headed in the right direction as your shapes are coming along well. When you get your shapes worked out, pay very close attention to the values. You want to match the values you see as closely as you can. It is important to be very honest about what you are seeing. try to put the accurate value down with each stroke as otherwise you end up having to fix things along the way and being accurate will save you time. Really take the time to observe and compare and choose the right value. If you are off, adjust it, don't keep working and come back to it. You are doing great...just need to focus in on value a little more.
Keep it up.
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I chose this one because I just love this girl's facial features; so innocent and plump but not fat at all. Chubby cheeks are just too cute!
What I noticed about this one is the clever use of balance; the clothing is there, but the brush barely even touched it; it's just enough so that we can figure out what it is.
One of my most favourite paintings ever. It's not dynamic. It's like, silent, but there's sooo much happening that I can't get my eyes to turn away! The variety in this piece is amazing, and suprisingly, it's not too much. WIP: