|05 May 2006||#47|
Abrah Cadabrah uahahahahaportfolio
Join Date: May 2005
Absolutely incredible image. I love this kind of greens and atmospheres. What is the little animal by her feet?
|05 May 2006||#50|
Why does it HURT?!!portfolio
Join Date: Jan 2004
Wow, Benita... this piece is stunning! Absolutely wonderful mood and gesture... and those details! Genious.
Bye the way, I'm heading for Germany to work (for a year at least). I'll contact you later when I land so you can give me the skinny on all the good German beer.
|05 May 2006||#51|
Join Date: Oct 2005
I already wrote tomany comments like this, but I just can't help it...:
I like it, she's attractive but scary
* edit: wow girl!!! ;-)
Love your other works also!
Last edited by General Midi : 05 May 2006 at 12:57 AM.
|05 May 2006||#52|
I love how the soft, diffuse painting style you've used contrasts with what looks like a rather violent story (the claws, poultice on the wound)...really evocative.
My only crit, I suppose, is to sharpen up the blurry cat-creatures in the background. They don't have quite the texture of the far-background; neither do they have the same detailing as the tree that they appear to be next to.
Whatever. I can't wait to see more!
*I just noticed that her eyes are purple. Neato...I first thought they were jet-black.
I am an oddist
|05 May 2006||#54|
Ninja, eats knivesportfolio
Flemish Classical Atelier
Join Date: Feb 2004
Benita, gorgeous character and wonderful rendering.
I give it a five star honey.
::Flemish Classical Atelier::
Art residencies:: Intensive Drawing and Painting workshops
in Brugge, Belgium
|05 May 2006||#57|
Matte Painter / Concept Artist
Join Date: Mar 2005
thank you everybody
diegoth: *me loves the greens too* the creatures are midnightkitties, some sort of chary catlike ghosts, only visible to certain people..
artjunkie: cheers! and congrats on the job!
spex84: thank you for pointing that out, i'm experimenting with ways to simplify parts of
the picture, so that i don't have to overload the whole image with details..
but yes, there should be a consistency in the sharpness-blurriness-"texturedness"
i'll try to do better in the next image!
oh, and yes: purple the eyes are - with all that green going on, i thought that might be a nice contrast,
glad you noticed that!
thanks again for the feedback! *back to work*
|05 May 2006||#58|
Join Date: Jun 2003
Nice work again Benita, although some areas still seem to have a bit of an unfinished feel to them though as if they are caught between defined and undefined and are not yet sure which of those directions to take, the cats in the background onb the right for example
edit: oooops just seen others have picjked up on the same points......must drink my coffe before posting
|05 May 2006||#59|
Join Date: Apr 2002
I will prolly be smacked for this but what the heck.
This is a beautiful painting. Its technically perfect and its a wonderful use of colours and a beautiful motive. But it looks like someone else here on the forum painted it. (Talking bout the swedish lady from the north)
I would love to see you head off in an own direction, with a style of your own, cause you do have the possibility to do it.
Keep it up!
if you spit at Sarkeesian, this is the playlist for you.
|05 May 2006||#60|
Michael Chang Ting Yu
Illustrator,concept artist,Comic Creater Art Direction
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
great job as usual, I like the eyes and hair the most!! ofcourse the atomosphere r great as well
,green base !lovely work
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