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    b-gals

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    i have not finished my batgirl yet but i began new sketches ^^
    hope you like it^^;

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    Definitely look interesting, looking forward to the updates.

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    nice pose, this will come along nicely.

    the only thing that bugs me is the cropping of her foot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by e n d e r
    nice pose, this will come along nicely.
    the only thing that bugs me is the cropping of her foot.
    Yeah it would be better if you cropped the cape, or even made the action of the cape in a different direction and not at the expense of the foot.

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    I'd have to agree with the awkward cropping of the foot. But there is definitely a very nice sense of movement in her drapery/clothes/hair. I think the "S" curve is working.

    The only thing I would suggest is to narrow down her attributes. It looks like she's wearing everything but the kitchen sink. I think the obi wearing/samurai/ninja/school girl/caped crusader look is a bit much.... you could make 3 different (and more cohesive) characters using the apparel she has on, instead of lumping everything you can think of onto one character.

    But otherwise, it's looks like you're off to a good start. She seems proportioned, and the perspective is working. I look forward to seeing it finalized : )

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    erf i'm very sorry but i've tried to resolve the problem of the foot but i didn't succeed
    so i decided to begin the colo
    thanks all for your replies
    b-gals

    i'm affraid that you don't like it
    every day i use photoshop for my colos but this time i decided to change with painter^^
    soorry if it is ugly^^(if it is ugly i'll start again with photoshop)


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    <The only thing I would suggest is to narrow down her attributes. It looks like she's wearing everything but the kitchen sink. I think the obi wearing/samurai/ninja/school girl/caped crusader look is a bit much.... you could make 3 different (and more cohesive) characters using the apparel she has on, instead of lumping everything you can think of onto one character>

    yes i'll try to create other characters with her attributes.



    e n d e r
    nice pose, this will come along nicely.

    the only thing that bugs me is the cropping of her foot



    yes ender i'm too weak on drawing foot ^^ sorry


    thanks Jeri^^



    IILooney Quote:
    Originally Posted by e n d e r
    nice pose, this will come along nicely.
    the only thing that bugs me is the cropping of her foot.



    Yeah it would be better if you cropped the cape, or even made the action of the cape in a different direction and not at the expense of the foot.



    how do you think to crop the cape?





    thx for crits

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    Hiya Airman : )
    The only thing I would say is that "sometimes less is more."
    It's a little confusing because your background is also your foreground. It looks like you were going for a blood splatter type effect, but it it's a little bit "busy" and starts to detract from the main focus which is your character.

    Also, now that it's in color, the weak composition becomes really obvious. You have a cropped subject directly in the middle of the picture plane. I might suggest making a more virtical composition with the character in the lower left to play off on the "wind" and movement flowing upwards through her clothes and cape.

    I made a couple examples of what I mean, hope that helps or inspires : )
    keep it up!

    b-gals

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    very thanks yumiko
    i'll use your modifications
    now i show you other piece from me
    not finished yet

    what do you think??
    good colo?,bad compo??

    http://hermann.kayode.free.fr/yourun.JPG

    http://hermann.kayode.free.fr/hghftgfhgfhgfhgfgf.jpg

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    thx for crits

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    Hiya Airman, this next piece is off to a really great start! You always have a nice sense of motion in your work. That hat is my favorite! I want a hat like that, swords and everything!

    I know this isn't finished being colored, but there were some issues I wasn't sure about. Like where is her left arm? I'm confused. Maybe that uncolored sash is hiding it?

    Also she seems to be wearing a very western style collar, like something a school teacher or business man would be wearing. I'm not sure that it "goes" with the whimsical look and feel of the piece.

    Is she riding some kind of plant monster?

    It looks like you were trying to render the woman, bird & monster's head in focus and blur out the rest, this looks like it would be visually interesting. I want to see it again after you've taken it further.

    Great start, you're color palette is simple and working so far. The only thing I would say about composition is that I don't like how the tip of her cape touches the upper right corner. I think you should make the cape just short enough so it doesn't touch the border.

    Did I mention I love that hat?

    ......I want that hat........

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    yes thanks yumiko
    yes this piece is confused and i forgot to post the original sketche


    http://hermann.kayode.free.fr/origine.jpg

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    finished !!
    but yumiko for the western collard of the character i haven't changed yet ,i think to change it into like this
    b-gals

    the piece
    toshop version
    http://hermann.kayode.free.fr/gfgfdgxgg.jpg
    normal version(painter9)
    b-gals


    i hope you'll like it ^^

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