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    Talking Character Design Color Opinion

    Ok...thanks for taking a look first of all : P...

    I was wondering what color choices I should use or add by your opinion...I want to get use to these C&C for my work to better myself.

    For the White/Green version I like the nice look of it, clean color that I don't usually do, so thats I decided to use those colors, but if I use those color the melting away bird won't look right because of the red it will add and will be erased...

    For the Black/Red version it looks a lot better and mean, but I usually would use these colors a lot already and am not sure to keep on using it >< the black will be good practance for shading, the bird will look better in this one then the White/Green

    Either way, what you think? Any color I should add or toss?

    For Lighting I planned to just keep it simple, one point lighting and some bright spots...

    The original is there to get your opinion on it, I wont go fix the sketch, but I want to know what you think about the pose and all...I have a rule never to go back to drawings when there done, so when I look back at it, I know what I did wrong and will never do it again : P

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    Since green is the complementary of red...I would suggest using it in the red/black picture.


    There are a couple ways that you can use...use a bright green against a bright red to really make that area pop. Or use a bright green/red against a grey area to suggest the colour complement, use mixes of the two colours(red and green mix to grey) to come up with some subtle tones on your figure.

    Hope this helps!

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    Update

    This is how it looks like now...

    I might crop the picture like in the second picture...it seems to look nicer...

    one of her eyes aren't done and I still need more heavier lighting...

    Anymore C&C would be nice

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