|11 November 2005||#32|
Interactive Creative Dir.
The Food Group
Salt Lake City, USA
Her right hand looks large in comparison to her body/size as well as its position. What I mean about the position is that for the hand to be in that position the wrist would have to be really rotated a bunch otherwise it places her elbow in a spot that would make her arm longer than the other one, "ape woman".
Also, the armor "weathering" has good believability but it is too much the same. You could, for instance, show some shiny wear spots on areas that would get a lot more wear (imangine the metal seat of a teeter tooter at the park; super shiny in some areas transitioning to rusty in other areas) plus you could also darken some other areas too in order to accentuate the foci.
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|11 November 2005||#33|
Did you piant the entire backdrop as a complete painting before you decided to put a figure in
I only ask because of certain parts of the work don't seem to fit like they were planned ahead of time to have both the figure and the background together.
An example is the building explosion happenning in the back that just happens to be near the back of the gun - it gets confusing - is the gun misfiring?
|11 November 2005||#35|
Creative Director for Frogchildren Studios
Join Date: Feb 2002
Over all I like the image. I take some issue with the face, the angle of the nose seems to be contrary to the angle that the eyes would sugest. I know you're going to a stylized face, but the structure should still be there.
The pallet is nice, but I would think it might be stronger with a greater contrast between the cool foreground and warm bacground. If the back ground was more muted maybe.
But seriously, great piece, I dig it.
|11 November 2005||#37|
3D Artists Rock!
Join Date: Nov 2005
Wow dude! Very good piece of artwork. I love the expression in her face, she looks kinda worry. The texture of her clothes is simply amazing and the background has perfect details. Great choice of colors.
As many of us have said, things you need to correct are her hips, torso and her right hand is a bit too big comparing to her left. Otherwise I have nothing to say.
A big 4 stars for this great piece!!
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