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I'm looking and all I see is greatness. But c'mon man put up some more already! XD
Try using some harder brushes with your digital stuff. They're especially good for places you want to draw the eye towards -- the sharp definition attracts attention -- and softer brushes are better for aspects of the portrait you don't want the viewer to linger on.
I think also your pencil shading could use some work. Right now it looks quite messy, and I think doing some value studies will help you here because they look flat. I do like their character though, and the figure studies at the top of your last post are really well done.
Keep it up!
I totally like your pose studies!
-And also the gorilla you have on page 2
you super coool
You are a machine! great work here, and definite improvement, too. I have to repeat what's been said before though, alot of your digital work lacks a hard edge and cast shadows need to be darker also. I would like to see more (finished) traditional work as well, it will help you down the road with your digital stuff. Keep it up!
Hey, lots of hard work here. The portraits are looking good, although the structure is definitely lacking in them. Maybe try to actually draw out the distinction between side plain and front plain would help. And this shows up a bit on the paintings as well.
I like the paintings from movies a lot, the Silence of the Lamb guy(forgot his guy) is awesome!
Keep up the good work!