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Rogue, from X-Men!
It's been a while since I did a full-color piece, so let me know what you think, or if you have any tips or anything that you think could improve it.
This was just a drawing I did with gray prismcolor markers and and then I added the chroma in Photoshop.
Heh, that's funny, I can't see the whole image on my screen at the same time (in decent resolution) so I didn't even notice the white on the bottom being being an issue! Maybe I'll add some more color to it or something. Thanks for the input!
nice to see a new post from you.
i really dig the piece.
i love that you are flirting with some more dramatic lighting,
but i think you could push it more.
it may not suit your tastes, but i did a paint over to explain:
- Dan Dos Santos
yeah.. ds hit the nail on the head. in pieces like this where the character is generating some power beam or there's an immediate light source, contrast would make it look much more dramatic
the whole thing seems a bit squashed lengthways, but i suppose this is just me being used to tall skinny-ish girls. make the face a bit less squashed, as mentioned before, and it'll be much better
Hey, Reilly. I think DS made a good suggestion about the lighting aswell. I did the technique. my only crits would be that I'm not digging so much muscle definition in her back, might be minor but that's what stuck out to me. Also, to push the dynamic in the piece, I would extend her bent arm out to the audience to draw us. Also maybe arch her back more, it would look like she's unveiling herself in her "moment" more, if that's what you were going for.
I just found out recently from Richmond. Patrick was talking you up, and I realized he was talking about the same Reilly Brown on CA. I'm currently going to VCU and going into my last year. I'd love to meet ya man. Anyway, great stuff and keep us posted.