Second Cg, Tiago Barcellos Pereira (2D)

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Old 09 September 2004   #1
Second Cg, Tiago Barcellos Pereira (2D)



Title: Second Cg
Name: Tiago Barcellos Pereira
Country: Brazil
Software: Photoshop

this is my second CG. please make the critiques and this time post some links if nice turotials about metal texture, relief and any think that my cg is bad.
thkz sorry for my english
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Old 09 September 2004   #2
Hey,

I think the folds in the cloth look great. The characters anatomy looks correct for the most part but the scale is a little weird. Re-work the head and the arms and maybe irregulate the grass (More bumps and hills-shit like that) and add in some more clouds and difference in sky color. Other than that you have a really solid peice. Nice work.
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Old 09 September 2004   #3
Hi to you,

- I like the composition of your picture.
- Something doesnt sit right with the colours though, wish I could tell you what exactly (maybe you need a darker colour in there somewhere)
- Agree with fnote re: the great cloth
- Your anatomy looks correct though I think he looks WAY too defined, maybe ease up on those dark definition lines
- His cheek/face looks a little too simple shading wise compared to his back and arms

Good luck! I would love to see the second instalment of this, you have talent.
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Old 09 September 2004   #4
not a bad start tiago.

how long have you been drawing? have you had any schooling in art?
the other posts make good points.

i had a watercoloring class once and the instructor would get upset with me when i painted things to there 'accepted notion' of color. he always told me not to be afraid to mix other colors you would normally not use into the areas you were painting. like reds in a 'blue' sky and warm colors in shadowy areas. unless you're going for an 'animated' look to your work, in which case you're doing fine. but try mixing your colors i think you'll like the results. but if you over do it your work will look muddy.
 
Old 09 September 2004   #5
Originally Posted by AREM: not a bad start tiago.

how long have you been drawing? have you had any schooling in art?
the other posts make good points.

i had a watercoloring class once and the instructor would get upset with me when i painted things to there 'accepted notion' of color. he always told me not to be afraid to mix other colors you would normally not use into the areas you were painting. like reds in a 'blue' sky and warm colors in shadowy areas. unless you're going for an 'animated' look to your work, in which case you're doing fine. but try mixing your colors i think you'll like the results. but if you over do it your work will look muddy.

i have never take one class of art, my parents hate the fact i have chose this as my profection, and i have 23 yers and they still hate that i chose to be an artist .
and soon i will by posting my 3d character for games in this forum, they are btter then my paints, i think.

sorry for my english
 
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