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    Portfolio Works

    I'd like a very honest evaluation of some portfolio pieces and my overall current hire-ability for the games industry. My entire portfolio is located at http://www.justinwaltersart.com Any feedback is appreciated, thanks!

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    The second illustration is very cool, good color and composition! Man face is very interested, very strong and expressive! I like!
    The others are less personnal

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    I liek the first one, I like the second one, I also like the third one, and I like the IDEA of the fourth one. good job, but in your last drawing it looks like the man with the gun is aiming at the ground... strange

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    The second is really good. I am not too sure about the last. It looks to me that the figures are not grounded enough. They all seem to be floating. I think it is the shadows that are causing the problem. keep it up your doing good.

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    The perspective and relationships of the figures to the environment in the last one are way off. This is something you're really going to need to tackle.


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    I would suggest for the perspective dimensional problem the read of this two pages of Figure Drawing by Loomis, it helped me

    http://fineart.sk/show.php?w=904
    http://fineart.sk/show.php?w=917

    by the way, I like the strong contrast on the second one

    The greatest pictorial value lies in all the things the camera cannot do.

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    Thanks for all the feedback so far, I appreciate it. I agree with the crits on the last piece, the floating figures need to be corrected. Thanks for posting the Loomis links, Azza!

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Nice stuff, but to be very hounest, the first one is very flat,
The second one isnt really a portfolio piece, and 3 and 4 is lacking fundamentals..
However, just keep it up! You've got some nice advice already!


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