View Full Version : Forgotten Legend, Mihail Ivanenko (2D)
09-03-2004, 08:40 AM
Title: Forgotten Legend
Name: Mihail Ivanenko
This work was made for my own project 'Forgotten Legends'.
This project will represent a world, in which ancient cultures and modern technoligies coexist.
Hope, you are going to see all of this soon.
>> Hi resolution image << (http://meh.newmail.ru/forgotten_legend_2.jpg)
09-04-2004, 07:35 AM
Is her neck a lil' too thick?? think it down to look a bit more feminine i think :)
She's pretty regardless, and there's nothing wring with strong women of course, but unless ur after a bodybuilder, just slim it down a bit
Other than that, great work
EDIT: her shoulder's are a little broad aswell, maybe this is meant to be a built woman...umm, this is a girl isn't it??
EDIT2: and the necklace is hovering a bit i think
09-04-2004, 09:37 AM
it's not a girl :D :cry:
09-04-2004, 12:46 PM
why did you think, itīs a girl? :D
To me it looks definitely NOT like a girl. ^^
However, i like your style, Mihail. Looks pretty good. :thumbsup:
She's pretty regardless, and there's nothing wring with strong women of course
09-04-2004, 02:09 PM
I think you have depicted the women's face perfectly, not all women should look like "Hollywood Barbie."
The use of colours in your rendering to create the mystic atmosphere is well conceived. Unfortunately, as stipulated the neck and shoulders are rather on the wide side.
Tip: Take a look at some anatomy pic visit:www.fineart.sk/
09-04-2004, 09:13 PM
First of all: pretty nice!
I especially like the overall blue, mystic color touch of the picture and the details like the little shapes on his sleeve and the detailed hair.
The skin looks a bit like little childs skin. So soft. Maybe that's what you wanted to get, this clean, elvish look, but in my opinion the skin could look a bit older and grainier.
The trees in the background look alright, but they are so few. And they all seem to stand in the same distance to the character. Maybe you could add some more (further away) trees and fade them into the great mystic blue fog you already have in the background.
01-19-2006, 03:00 AM
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