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Postby bka3744 » Wed May 29, 2019 5:57 am


background almost takes as much hard work as the character does that's why i just quickly painted flower
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Re: Black

Postby jenn_iam » Tue Nov 12, 2019 9:38 pm

bka3744 wrote:background almost takes as much hard work as the character does that's why i just quickly painted flower

I get it... however don't sell your focal point short by skimping on the background.
its better to not put it in, and do it later, than to throw something in as an afterthought.
Let alone, throw something in, in a rush, making it looked unfinished as a stark contrast to a well defined subject.

Suggest reconsider.
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Re: Black

Postby AegisFuzzy » Thu Dec 05, 2019 3:48 pm

The anatomy is a bit off once you hit the hips, they way she is twisted and then the directions her legs go doesn't work. The hips and waste are at a 3/4 view will the legs go completely sideways.
The coloring detail on the skin is great but it makes the lack of detail on her dress and the chair very blatant. almost makes the dress flat while the parts showing skin are 3d. That chair is just confusing.
The hair on the left should looks unfinished, the lines stop and it's just color being used to differentiate, makes it look like you just forgot to draw it in.

The detail on her hair is very nice and once again the coloring on her skin especially her hands is well done. would just put the same detail into whatever objects the main focus is interacting with.
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