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Hey how's it going? Here is a girl I finished recently. I'll post the color process later on. Oh! I also got me a new website, check it out and tell me if you like it. Comments are welcome.
02-04-2003, 01:03 PM
hmmm, I like it alot! especially the shoe design.
how about a nice "out of focus" background?
Well I was hoping for a few more comments but I'll proceed anyways. Thanx for your sugestion Werner, I'm terrible with backgrounds but I might try it. Here is how it all starts. The pencil sketch.
02-05-2003, 01:50 AM
I think its cool. I like the design of the sleeve/glove thing. And the snakes on her pants. Good stuff!
Thanx for your comments Creeptown. Here's the skin and some of the gray tones.
02-05-2003, 07:13 AM
The one thing that stand out from me is that she suffers from the 'flat top' look that a lot of comic characters tend to have. That is, her skull is flat at the top and really couldn't comfortably house a brain. Aside from that, the rest is really well done.
but the face......ahh.....kind of look like Micheal Jackson face but good work!
Thanx for the comments guys. I do see what you mean by your flat top comment. Once people point things out is easier for artists to notice them. As far as the Michael Jackson comment, I don't see it and I don't appreciate it. Anyways here's the third image.
02-06-2003, 01:30 AM
i love this style, this is great work. :thumbsup:
No crits, its awesome
02-06-2003, 04:54 AM
I like she's design, but it's better to add a background with a fashion city or sometings looks 'cool'... I did know yet!:beer:
Keep improving it, that's much better than always standing in the same place!:thumbsup:
I hope to see your news!:applause:
02-06-2003, 03:59 PM
Hi, I really enjoy seeing the progression of the artwork. I think she looks great... flat top and all ;)
The one detail that catches me at the moment is her left hand. The form does not seem quite right... I know that the style is to soften the forms and lines but the hand seems a bit small and misformed.
Please keep up the wonderful work
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