|Feb 25th, 2002, 03:50 PM||#1|
Hmm.... overall effect... and such..
its blue heaven as a torch singer.. singing.. "bue heaven"..*L*
when the whip-o-wisp calls.. and the evening is fine..i hurry to my... blue..heaven
i think i'm a good artist..but i'm not great..
i want people to see my pictures and be like woah!..
i know some of that will be getting better at anatomy,
but..its also overall effect..
so..can anyone give me any advice?..
i'm not sure anything specific right now..but..just what comes to mind.....
*i know the wieght on the arms looks a lil off..and the angle of the tail..*
|Feb 25th, 2002, 04:28 PM||#2|
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I'm not sure... all I can think of is maybe smear the lines more, like the regular lines like the dress and all. I never heard of that being correct or anything, but I smear everything and find that it works
Or at least I think it does...
And maybe like make the strands of hair more visible on the skin, (with smudging again...)
I dunno. I'm no good at anthros or humans anyway.
|Feb 25th, 2002, 04:28 PM||#3|
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O.O!! Very spiffy n.n SHe looks seductive....
Only thing I would suggest is maybe going into more detail with a backround, but I know thats the least of everyon's worries
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|Feb 25th, 2002, 04:28 PM||#4|
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Personally I think the picture is really good - I myself is learnign human atomany and I'm learnign at the moment in the area of clothes.
The way the character in the picture is posed (looking at the screen directly) the left side of the dress where the breast is it should be a little crinkled where the strap goes down.
I've copped the part of the picture I mean cause I can't explan it. Sorry.
I've also drawn a stupid small copy of what I mean. I can't explan it anyother way. So I don't know if I've acculey helped or I've juts made no sence what so ever.
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|Feb 25th, 2002, 05:08 PM||#5|
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I really like how the hair turned out, 'tis muy bien. But I agree about maybe working on the background (I can't really tell what all's back there) but other than that, the overall effect is well done. I can't say anything about anatomy, though, since I'm just getting the hang of it myself. I'd get into itty bitty little details that don't matter much, but since you recommended against them, I won't. Good job.
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|Feb 25th, 2002, 05:23 PM||#6|
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I don't know beans about anatomy when it comes to that kind of subject, but I do know that sometimes you may tend to go overboard on highlights. Try to keep your light source in mind. Really strong highlights should be reserved for the features you want to bring out the most and those parts closest to the light source.
And be careful with the smudge tool. Too much smudging makes things blurry and distorts the color.
|Feb 25th, 2002, 05:28 PM||#7|
yeah..over the top high-lights is part of my cg style..i'm not looking to change...
you're really right about the smudge on the outline....
,,my lines looks so choppy otherwise though..i was thinking about that today...
hmm.... and the wrinkle too....nadira,.... im not good at clothes..*L*..
about the bg..its actually a lot more detialed but i lowered the opacity on the backround detials..*L*..maybe i'll un lower it
|Feb 26th, 2002, 10:12 AM||#8|
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Yeah few stray strands of hair might have added one more touch of realism. Maybe use the ol airbrush smudge layer, you know.
Yeah super crazy mad bank hilights, eep that might be partly my fault for showing you that when you were first learning. Since I'm quite guilty of that *is working on it herself*
Hmm the dress fabric does look stiff but I remember when you and I and Christina went to Junk and Foibles and she tried on that 1930-1940 sequinded dress. It was like armour *LOL*
But with that stuff said I think this is one of your best works. I really like how you gave her the high cheek bones. and the sequin shinies...nifty...
*can't see any backgound much at all because of idiotic dark monitor*L*
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|Mar 5th, 2002, 08:58 PM||#9|
sabrea you know what?.. i working on cutting down my smudging and its starting to come together really well.. you were totally right.... *of course.*..~!~!
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