Red Riding Hood, Yigit Koroglu (2D)

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  09 September 2013
Red Riding Hood, Yigit Koroglu (2D)



Title: Red Riding Hood

Name: Yigit Koroglu


Country: Turkey

Software: Photoshop

Submitted: 19th September 2013

A really cliché subject but i wanted to try something fun and out of my usual style.

A personal piece.

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  09 September 2013
The expression of the wolf is very interesting, it stimulates a wide range of meaning. For me the wolf looks partially proud and also protective of the girl. I like the image very much.
 
  09 September 2013
Very nice work!

Love the combination of the detail and the soft areas.

However, i feel like there is something wrong at her right shoulder and chest.
The right arm goes up quite high, but the shoulder doesn't go up starting from the neck.
Also, the chest looks a bit too high.

Or i'm lacking the proper skills in anatomy!

But great work still !!
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  11 November 2013
Very well done. I enjoy the crisp clean look of the character and some of the environment details. The leaves up front are great, as is the tree branch. Just realized what was in her basket - clever.

I think what caught my eye - and is something I have to look out for when I handle similar techniques - is the "halo" effects that sometime help a charater / object pop... Here, the "halo" effect on her left thigh is either too heavy in one spot, or you may consider adding it in more spots - like her right arm for consistency.

Anyways - just a thought. Great work, and keep it up!


Last edited by JBro13 : 11 November 2013 at 04:41 PM. Reason: typo
 
  11 November 2013
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