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Laying in Space, a fairy

Postby hollieleffel » Thu Jun 03, 2010 9:37 am

This is a painting I did a while ago. I love unusual. Any critiques or opinions are greatly welcomed! Even the harshest opinions are accepted! i'm trying hard to get better and I need to know where I'm going wrong. I'm self taught so sometimes even the easiest beginner art concepts are new to me.
thanks so much for your time!!!
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Postby arlenemurals » Sun Jun 06, 2010 6:57 am

I really like how you have captured a real feeling of luminosity on the wings and sparkles, I feel the fairy herself is a little lost, maybe its the photo, but she could be more defined so she really pops off the dark ground.
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Postby artisticsha » Thu Jun 10, 2010 9:33 am

Very nice. I like it alot.
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Re: Laying in Space, a fairy

Postby SimplyMe » Sat Aug 24, 2013 2:51 pm

WOW that's very beautiful! I wish I could paint something like that! I'm sure I could if I tried really hard, but my problem is that I haven't quite developed a skill for doing my own original work. A good majority of my work is what my friends and I call 'copy' art. Very good job :) I love the detail in it. It's really amazing!
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Re: Laying in Space, a fairy

Postby ehoeveler » Sun Aug 25, 2013 1:37 am

I like the wings and her body but I think the blue looks a little rough. Not sure about her hair - pretty cool but which way do you want the hair? If you want it to look like real hair, add more flowing lines of different hue but in the same color spectrum...If you have your fairy in Space you'll want to not have it look like plant roots going into water. I would change the background - if you're out in Space, everything is super dark with bright white stars ranging in size from tiny to somewhat larger. The fairy's robe could use more depth and definition.
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Re: Laying in Space, a fairy

Postby nigelartist » Sat Aug 31, 2013 1:35 pm

I agree with my learned colleague E that outer space tends to be VERY black and stars very whiete and small. Plus where did the table come from? God? Sorry. She also looks way too comfortable to be stick in the middle of a VERY vast universe.
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Re: Laying in Space, a fairy

Postby TaoofthRaven » Sat Sep 14, 2013 3:02 pm

I'm diggin the colors used and the pose.
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Re: Laying in Space, a fairy

Postby Restract » Sat Sep 21, 2013 10:56 am

I love what you did with this piece... and the fact you are self taught is great.

Very nice work :)
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