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August 18th, 2005 #1
hie guys,here this piece entitle 'erase' has been completed last nite,posted the the sketch in the wip forums,it took me less time than i thoughtthis piece was base on one of my fav comic by Masakazu Katsura's "ai videogirl" where in one of the episode she was being captured by her master.this piece is a remake version from my own visualisation and i decided to make it a more realistic and conceptual kind of approach.fully rendered in photoshop,6 hours paint job
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Looking good. I have two major crits:
1: Her features aren't placed correctly on the form of her head. They almost seem to be behind the plane of her face.
2:Even though the pose is nice and dynamic, the anatomy doesn't match. All her muscles look relaxed, where there should be some tension to show that she's being restrained. Her facial expression is strange and sort of blank also, mostly because of her heavy eyelids.
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August 18th, 2005 #3
thanks alot Elwell,your comments are very helpful,most of them makes sense to and and u've got all the point hit~actually,i'm not actually trying to make her being struggle to be let off from the restrain as she already knew her fate as of how its gonna end.all and all,great crits and comments u've given and i appreciate it
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This is a really cool piece! But with a few minor changes it would rock!!
Also, the pose itself would make her left arm strained either way. Other than that my only critique would be that for some reason the face doesn't go with the rest of the body, not sure what it is but it just looks off. It almost looks as if you cut and paste a face from another painting and put it on top of your own (obviously you didnt but that's just what it looks like.)
August 18th, 2005 #5