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August 23rd, 2006 #1
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First thing I notice is she's not really firmly on the ground. It's a combination of the shadow bneath her and the position of her feet. Also that coral/red color in the shadow beneath her skirt is too light. It's looking as though there is some sort of light source up her skirt
Last edited by inspector Lee; August 23rd, 2006 at 12:52 PM.
August 23rd, 2006 #3
Sweet! Love the colors. You might want to do something to play up the light of an oncoming train. I'm not completely sure if you're implying that one is coming.
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August 23rd, 2006 #4
She's looking kinda stiff, especially next to that vertical column.
Also, I don't get what the robot is pointing at.
Is he trying to help her, or guide her, letting her know there's a train coming.....it could be tons of things and its not clear enough.
Keep it up and keep working on it.
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August 23rd, 2006 #5
August 23rd, 2006 #6
heh well it reminds me quite a bit of the film Leon [The Professional]. i love this work.. well done - JAG
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August 26th, 2006 #7
August 27th, 2006 #8
Great take on the movie.
I think her guns are getting a li'l lost. She's still floating. I'm wishing her shoes were less ugly, i'm also not too fond of the outfit. It's so shapeless and the skirt seems too old for her (not sexy or cute-ish old, more grandma librarian old). I also don't like that she's looking at the camera. She's responding to us, but her bodylanguage says something completely different.
I love Leons design, but he seems ab it dull next to that pillar. Dunno, must be all the greys in that area.
Overall, i'm just nitpicking here. This is great stuff. Great job on her face and expression and i love the robot.
August 27th, 2006 #9
good work so far
things that i notice
the girl in the piece seems flat, some shading has given her form, but my eye is having a hard time picking out which comes first. Like her fleshtones are all within the same range, maybe adding in a warm versus cool in colour choice would help things.
There is a mixup on the direction this scene is taking, it looks as though the robot is pointing out a immanant threat, but the girl is oblivious to it and is staring off at somthing else. Maybe the scene should be cropped for a closeup, making things seem more intense for the viewer. Since the viewer has to imagine the danger it wouldn't harm the piece, only make it smaller :/
Maybe the characters should have a few feet of distance between them, it would better explain her distraction...?
Im jumping around on things here, but another thing is the foreshortening of her body, her* left arm should be larger starting from the gun in her hand in comparison to her right, same goes for her left leg. Try and show some more weight in her stance on that left leg, since it is supporting the majority of her weight.
looking good, lets see more! I loved the professional, never get enough of it
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August 27th, 2006 #10
I think the girl's arms seem a bit too short.
And she looks entirely distracted by something. Even though the poor robot seems like he's giving her some very useful advice.
I think the colors of her skin are very nice, though. Keep it it
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August 28th, 2006 #11
when rodney copperbottem turns bad!
nice artwork, but the thought behind it is most intriguing