.... and other wayward teachings of Wade Huntsman.
I feel like the line work is to transparent. You need to find a brush that lays down a definitive line. Try taking of the pen pressure so you get a brush that gives thicks and thins with pen pressure not opacity changes. Also push the the contrast and maybe loose the middle tone background. Stellar drawing though dude!
thnks man- I will try that out.
I agree with cliff. Also, i kind of want to see the values on her face make softer transitions on the cheek and on her eye, but other than that its really fun, and I like it. Where did you get the photo for reference?
Also the hands kind of look thick and manly. Thin and extend the fingers a little.
Hey! that's exactly what I was going to say! I think the hand is a little masculine- lengthen the fingers and cut off a little width. It is fun, though, Sam. Also- I'm not sure which is being featured: the gem or her eye so try to pick one and send the other one back to a second read.And is there a reason her fingertips are dark?
I will try and play around with the hands a bit more- now that i look at them they are kinda manly- gotta work on the feminine stuff more. Emily- as far as the gem goes, did you mean the one that is on her forehead or one of the others- I wanna make sure I hit the right one. Preston- got this from deviantart, I can give you some of the ref photos I get from there, they help me a lot! I will continue to work on this and thanks so much for the helpful crits!
saweeet see you in class sam.