My name is Alice Bonacina.
I would like to be an illustrator so if you are watching this thread please drop me a line, I would like to read your comments so I can improve
Last edited by *Rena*; December 9th, 2011 at 06:42 AM.
I like it, especially the one with "The big bad wolf".
Keep it up.
Feel free to check out my blog, with some very special pictures / Wall Arts .
I also have several Drawing & Painting techniques.
Sounds Interesting? Just follow this link!
if u want to draw more reallisticly u should study anatomy
ThankU everyone!!!there are a lot of compliments!!
mokka you're right they need more contrast!
And now.......pa pa pa pa(trumpet)! I present you some of my scolastic works.
They are a little bit old because I'm actually graduated.
I've studied production design so this work are very different from what I've previusly sent.
They are scenery for the script "The Piano", the first one it's where Ada lives at the beginning of the story, the second it's Stewart's room and I wanted it to be an expression of Victorian repression.
Go and see the movie by Jane Campion if you haven't done yet!
Forgive my poor english
Last edited by *Rena*; November 22nd, 2010 at 12:02 PM.
thats looks good start in this sb
keep it up and try to do more explore about your art style to improve it
my sketch book
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No that post was correct. You have an endearing style. You should try some tutorials on z brush it is not bad when you get over the basic navigation.
I see you lived near Milan, they have some cool graffitti there.
My cousin Davide who is an illustrator is also from Milan. Maybe you will appreciate his work,
Thanks for posting.
loving these illustrations they inspire me to get into color theory
Andres333: Great!I'm glad to hear it!
Do you know who Pippi Longstocking is?
She is great!!! She is the strongest girl in the world, her father is a pirate and she use to go about with a monkey and a spotted horse.... I think she is one of the best femminist heroine ... anyway because today is her 65° birthday I've done a little something
ThankU for the support
Last edited by *Rena*; November 28th, 2010 at 06:01 AM.
Cute work.I love the house. Nice lighting and colors. The design on the wall is really cool as well. Although it may be deliberate, your characters feel a bit flatter than your perspective house work. Maybe you should try working on improving your character sketching. Keep it up.
nice work as always
Hey, Alice, you haz got yourself a new subscriber fun fun fun stuff here, I could give you just 1 advice, when you do enviros, or interior paintings, you might wanna play with different tensions and contrasts, in different areas of the painting more, would make them even more interesting imho
Pipii, I remmember reading that book in my childhood )
Last edited by Justas; November 28th, 2010 at 02:30 PM.
oper42 : Thank you! Yes, I'm trying to go for a more stylized kind of look but I surely need practice as you said.the design of the wallpaper is an actual victorian textile pattern. I found it doing some research in library..
andres333 : You are so kind with me just because I'm a girl!;P hi hi hi! Thank UUUUUU!!
Justas: Cheers! I'm glad you like that! and thanks for the advice but what do you mean exactly by tension?
Yesterday I felt shit and when I feel like that I draw like that, so I've done some horrible studies of feet, but I have to saythat reading your comment makes me feel a LOT BETTER!!! thank you!!!
I'm so lazy today!!! damn me!!! so I will post some update... tomorrow...
Last edited by *Rena*; November 28th, 2010 at 04:51 PM.
didnt know u were a girl
nice color sketches! I love the skeleton, the lines are really lively and not stiff at all!
Only the figure in the second to last sketch seems a bit unbalanced, because the face is more realistic and the body more stylized, will make your design more consistent to use either one. ^^ Keep it up girl, I love the variety in those!
Mokka: Thank you! I like the skeleton too
And talking about skeleton I simply love yours calaveras!!!!
I think that my line work looks a lot better in traditional media, I don't know why I'm not able to do the same work with photoshop
Thanks for the advice!!!!Also that advice about the values help me a lot!
such sketches just crave for moooooaaar colooorz ))
I will try to ilustrate that a bit later for ya, so you could see some theory in action