Ora delle critiche che ti faranno a pezzi e ti spezzeranno il quore! Lo sfondo bianco secondo me toglie molto al disegno, ed è un peccato (rende anche i colori più difficili da vedere/confrontare)..ti consiglio ti tenerlo su un livello separato per poi modificarlo un po' dopo oppure iniziare già direttamente con un grigiolino, che fa tutto un altro effetto imho!
Secondo me poi si è perso lo sguardo, nello sketch la ragazzina aveva uno sguardo molto interessante che andava fuoricampo, come se guardasse con la coda dell'occhio, ora si è un po' perso.
Fighissimo il giubbottino, le spillette sono un tocco di classe...gli esserini invece non mi convincono sembrano innestati, non sono molto organici, io ne aggiungerei tipo uno che si sporge da dietro una delle sue gambe o cose cosìm insomma lavorerei un po' su quelli...bravissimo, in ogni caso!
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Frank Gressie: Thanks man, the paintings will take quite a while, since im just starting out with oils and paint in general
GaussianRaider: Finally someone took the time to write a long and accurate critique, i dont know how to thank you maybe i'll offer you a drink or something when you get here. I think you are right on everything, will keep your crits in mind next time i try another chow / illustration
just an unfinished color study and was thinking about the cow but this doesnt fit the requirements for this week imo
Nice work. Since we will be working together on the Team CHOW event, I thought I would check out your stuff.
MY WEBSITE http://scotthgfindlay.com/
My Sketchbook http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=167012
My Finished Work Thread http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=136168
Brun: Will keep doing them! Thanks for checking my sb. If you have any crits, they would be really appreciated.
Was doodling in ps, and the idea for this started to form so i had to finish it, at least the lines, i think i'll try to do more of this since i really have no clue when it comes to drawing in ps, line weight and all that stuff. Ah and i have to do some serious drapery study .
If anyone has any crits on this i would love to hear them.
thought i might as well stop by and comment
you're doing an excellent work regarding yours studies, definately looks like Angel is giving you an excellent foundation of anatomy and the rest, wich will pay off in your imagination drawings as well.I like the bumskee-ish characters, you should do more of those (they seem to have weird foot placement tho, both the monkey and lizard guy)
very promising work, looks like you're on the right path, no point in single crits, you're doing just fine! ^^
Braintree: Thanks, i dont really have any tips on living here in florence o_o
Eric Gerhard: Thanks and the colored ones will have to wait xD 'till i get the hang of it.
selfportrait cow and an unfinished char, got a bunch of anatomy study laying around but sadly i don't have a scanner here.
nice start man, make sure you adjust her left leg to make it look as if it was closer to the looker, rising slightly the knee, tilting the leg just slightly and making the foot-to-knee part a bit longer.
I'd also lookout for the way this overlap each other, work out the lines in a way its clear what goes on top f what, cause that builds up depth (for example in the chest, i don't know a very narrow chest or what.
Already tired of the 6 legged horse?
TheGnoll: Thanks for pointing my errors out and telling me how to fix them! I'll keep your suggestion in mind next time. And yes, i'm already tired of that 6 leg thing since i didnt plan out the anatomy and the composition.
chow idea, full of errors and quick selfportrait that looks like crap
great job on the second sketch, looks a lot better, use your time to correct the mistakes you'll see, ignore the deadline and work on this one as much as you can is my suggestion
and shut up, i wish i could do a sellfportrait like that