|06 June 2006||#16|
What are you looking at?
Join Date: Feb 2002
Th detail is amazing. It looks like it could be a carved relief sculpture. Color scheme works perfectly but her skin tone is so bright compared to her surroundings. I know the light source is top left, but it seems to be highlighting her face more than anything else.
Her left thigh, seems way to long based on the length of her torso. Right leg as well, but more so the left.
All in all, great work!
|06 June 2006||#17|
Physics & Computer Science
Fantastic. So much detail, and I really like your style. Its something I would dearly want to learn how to do.
If you will ever write a tutorial about drawing like that please let me be the first one to see it - my email is email@example.com. Thanks!
|06 June 2006||#18|
Seoul, Korea (South)
Join Date: Feb 2003
I thank about advice and word of encouragement.
I will study hard more forward.
Have a good day.
This image is working present.
It is 3 dimension work.
I will open in July.
|06 June 2006||#20|
United States Minor Outlying Islands
Originally Posted by Abyssis: ...details and paintstyle are superb... only her face is ugly...
yeah i gotta agree
|06 June 2006||#22|
Lord of the postsportfolio
Zupi International Magazine
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Wonderfull details !
Great mood, good comp.
only few crits:
I feel the anatomy of her chest a lil twisted, her thigs are to thin and long, also the face is popping out from the picture, should be lit different to make it continuos to the painting.
Anyway it´s hard to notice the anatomy because you did so much detais and the color schemme is so beautiful that makes your image ´magnetic´, my resume is that you did an overall splendid artwork.
|06 June 2006||#24|
Join Date: Jun 2005
That's an amazing work! The filaceous style of your work is flowery. yah, beautiful
but I don't like the chin and mouth of the spider warrior, those make her ugly like a man.
I don't know if those are what you want to present.
|06 June 2006||#26|
Hi! I'm fond of your paintings. You've got an interesting technique. Reminds of Luis Royo but more detailed and, on my opinion,more liric
P.S. If you got an extra minute,please explain me in short how to post details at the thread (don't laugh!!)
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