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I still have a long way to go, but what does everyone think so far?
I actually started detailing the midsection a little more too:
Thanks in advance for the feedback!
this is looking awesome...maybe I have no right to say this, but it seems logical....don't work one area too too much, I think you probably get better cohesion by developing the figure as a whole ? but hey, if this process works for you, then rock on...the individual parts are looking nice...it's just i'd hate to see the breasts get messed up when you go to work on the arm, and etc...
keep at it forsure...
I really, really like it, Frontline!
looks like a beautiful figurine, or a very nicely painted statue. Keep it up, you know what you're doin'. I can't wait to see the finished painting. You're technique is very interesting and even this unfinished piece would make an interesting work on its own. It could be sort of symbolic or a commentary.
Is this for a class or your own study?
Do finish it, and please post it when you're done so I can revisit it, k?
very very good.. but where did the cool green tones go on the belly in the detail shot.. hmm i love the full body shot though. no crits
Thanks, everyone for the great comments.
To answer some questions and comments:
Shatterdome: You are probably right, I should get the overall feel before detailing. The midsection is very detailed because this started out as a midsection only study and I decided to expand it.
Bad Brownie:This is just for personal study. Thanks for the compliments and I will post my progress!
Joey-b: The green tones are present in the detail pic because it started out as a midsection study so that pic has another layer of color and a textured layer as well. I didn't include that in the full body pic because it looked out of place.
Thanks again everyone - I will keep you posted on my progress!
A little more fleshed out:
Maybe I should have completed more before reposting...