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Its been a while since I posted something on CA I've improved soo here you go everyone enjoy!!!
Ms.Bella and The abyss both done in photoshop any advice anyone?
The color scheme is indeed immaculate.
Could you be more specific about the types of critique you want? I mean, some of your brushwork on the figures looks a little muddy, and I'm not even sure what's going on, but none of that may be relevant to what you want critiqued.
Still really stunning though.
Very nice use of color indeed; you did something I find quite difficult, wich is to display the entire spectrum with each color at the proper value for maximum intensity, without compromising the unity of the entire piece; I share with you a couple of works by japanese artist GotoP, who made a similar achievement on his illustrations for Clannad anime.
That said, personally, I find the purple girl a bit adroginous; I'd have made her soulders a bit shorter (closer to thorax), to give her a more feminine (delicate) look; but that's just me :-)
Last edited by elemile; May 28th, 2010 at 08:51 PM.
These seem accomplished and the colour is indeed interesting but the style feels too derivative of Andrew Jones, and much of the brushwork is rather thick and clumsy. Also, make the watermark less intrusive or remove it altogether.
CRITIQUE AS YOU WOULD BE CRITIQUED
THE ABOVE LINK IS ALL YOU NEED
http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=200044 <- Sketchbook - filled with unhappy things.
Your artwork is awesome. I like the large variety of colors.
I feel like these aren't supposed to completely abstract, but I can't tell what's going on at all. Also there seems to be no color scheme in the first one and as a result a lot of it looks like mud. The second one is better but is still way too over saturated imo.