heh I remember this! Boy it was a while ago that I was having so much trouble to make a simple figure, this was always a really helpful example of what I should have been doing.
god I really love these things Skyris, they're all turning out so slick.
thanks :D im getting better and better
great clean coloring :) you captured all her details very well.
You really stepped it up on this Warty!
I think the next push you could make is to try and compose your lighting as well. It still feels a bit universally lit, the eye has a focus on the figure but the lighting wants us to prioritize everything still.
I think maybe you should only push the details on the foreground environment elements, the trees in the back have a lot of the foliage detail going on and I think that can take away from the front ones. Though I think you did good in simplifying the trunk of those trees, and how the front rocks and water have a lot more information in them.
One tiny thing is you didn't carry that highlight on her arm into the hand. She's got a really cool design, I love gold trim armor as you've probably seen me try a lot haha. Great job on the materials, its clear what you're communicating.
Thanks alot Luis! :) I'll keep your advice in mind for the next one :)
I really dig this piece. The perspective you implemented is very well done. Its a tough composition for something so busy but your focus is clear here. The little orange guy was something I didn't notice right away against the warmer lights of the scene. Great work though.
thank you :D
This is pretty damn impressive and demonstrates a hell of a lot of discipline. Nice work!
I love the amount of detail in your work. It shows a lot of control that you don't lose readability in your forms. Nice job!
Thank you LuisEC : )
Definitely one of your most ambitious things Warty! You did a solid job. I think the darks in the armor are a little too intense, and something about the value transitions feels a little fuzzy. The crowd in the back is still very dark when next to the lit wall (I'm guessing the wall is quite far away but the values of the crowd don't communicate that as well)
thanks man! great critique! :)
Great job! this was quite a lengthy piece. The cereal bits definitely must have been a pain, they don't really communicate that to me right now. Incredible linework as always.
LUUUIIISS thanks!!! <3 <3 <3
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