• Creative Work That Doesn't Need Its Own Thread
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[QUOTE=MenteR;34771677]he's standing very awkwardly, it's almost like he's not properly proportioned too.[/QUOTE] Well, I'm not pretty sure about proportions, but as for me, his pose is quite natural. At least, I often stand like that :D
[QUOTE=Shadow7;34769975][IMG]http://i.imgur.com/rkIQG.png[/IMG] [/QUOTE] the balloon says light is coming from the top left but the cactus says light is coming from the top right no wonder they're not hugging
[QUOTE=Eltro102;34773274]the balloon says light is coming from the top left but the cactus says light is coming from the top right no wonder they're not hugging[/QUOTE] Balloon is transparent, reflections reflect upon the other side inside the balloon. Fixed: [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/NrFUi.png[/IMG]
[QUOTE=Detlef;34770219][IMG]http://i.imgur.com/EwGAq.png[/IMG] its not for the RA comic, im just tired of drawing deers.[/QUOTE] [img]http://i.imgur.com/0FkSR.jpg[/img]
[img]http://bookofjesus.org/images/oldxs2n3cy8imis9hgpn.png[/img]
Thumbnail- [t]http://i.imgur.com/5pE0g.jpg[/t] My friend asked me to do a portrait of her.
[img]http://filesmelt.com/dl/58_barbarian.png[/img] from ref
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Well here is another webcam progress shot, I really hope I can get access to one of the school's cameras so I can properly show off the values as this webcam just blends my light grays with my whites. I also can't wait until I get to college so I can start using oils instead of acrylics, there is nothing wrong with acrylics as a medium, it is just I prefer the way oil blends. 2 hours of total work time, acrylic on 8x12 canvas, no ref. [img]http://i305.photobucket.com/albums/nn229/1chains1/Picture093-1.jpg[/img]
didnt you post that?
I posted it when I had just started out? [img]http://i305.photobucket.com/albums/nn229/1chains1/Picture090.jpg[/img]
sorry, I couldnt remember how far you had gotten
[QUOTE=Detlef;34776963]sorry, I couldnt remember how far you had gotten[/QUOTE] No worries!
[QUOTE=Nidhogg;34769206]I love coloring, but I just wish I wasn't so slow and lazy with it. [IMG]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/7835823/pyro_blackmage_WIP1.jpg[/IMG][/QUOTE] I like this a lot
[QUOTE=Maya2008;34765974]Gah, I still need a lot more practice in landscape Here it is again, then Ima do some landscape painting next. [IMG]http://fc05.deviantart.net/fs70/i/2012/049/a/c/destination_by_fadingz-d4q75ez.png[/IMG] Thank you all again for the cc, I think I know where to improve next :] I cropped it, and i think it foils out the character more: [IMG]http://img534.imageshack.us/img534/7789/breezecopy.png[/IMG][/QUOTE] Don't know if this has been stated but, I am really confused as to where the light source is. According to that railing the light is coming from the upper right yet at the same time the left side of her is fully lit.
[img]http://i.imgur.com/U7aDA.png[/img]
[QUOTE=Fatfatfatty;34777584][img]http://i.imgur.com/U7aDA.png[/img][/QUOTE] [quote][B]Creative[/B] Work That Doesn't Deserve A Thread[/quote]
I really need help on something. See, every time I write a small story or so forth, there is always something you guys point out that I never seem to notice. Yes I go through it two to three times to make sure. What's the best way for me to find my own mistakes?
[QUOTE=Pvt. Martin;34779073]I really need help on something. See, every time I write a small story or so forth, there is always something you guys point out that I never seem to notice. Yes I go through it two to three times to make sure. What's the best way for me to find my own mistakes?[/QUOTE] You'll never spot every mistake without feedback from outside. But flipping the image (horizontal and/or vertical) will help you spot mistakes you normally wouldn't. You can also put it down for a few hours or even a day and look back on it with fresh eyes.
didnt he ask about writing help?
[QUOTE=dgg;34779194]You'll never spot every mistake without feedback from outside. But flipping the image (horizontal and/or vertical) will help you spot mistakes you normally wouldn't. You can also put it down for a few hours or even a day and look back on it with fresh eyes.[/QUOTE] I'm not very good at reading reversed text =[
[QUOTE=Maloof?;34779294]I'm not very good at reading reversed text =[[/QUOTE] Practice what you're not good at. Reading backwards is incredibly useful in todays society.
Practice with this: hgiunru 'm ir dsie ,ehD ,saulhc od muir buL hgiunru 'm suga nahca 'm gieL .saus a hdiusnnoi 'T hcarolg an hgiR a ,gihT ,saun a hdanhmohc 'm aD ,riacort an s'htib an hgiR A ,niaU na hdanhmoc eL ehgiO eriuM an cihM A ,hdaub el hdanhmohc 'maD enim erauM an cihM A .hdauns elihg-ennif sI ngathf lgan'hagw heyl'R uhluhtC hfan'wlgm iulgn'hP !eciujelteeb ,eciujelteeb ,eciujelteeB
[QUOTE=dgg;34779330]Practice what you're not good at. Reading backwards is incredibly useful in todays society.[/QUOTE] no it isnt why didnt you read
[QUOTE=DOG-GY;34779587]no it isnt why didnt you read[/QUOTE] I forgot to flip it, sorry. Well for writing you really need an outside source, but stuffing it away and looking at it later also works. And of course reading it out aloud. Does it sound like a word that should be written as one or as two separate ones? Did you pause shortly at some place but there wasn't a comma there? Add it. Did you talk for a long time and it got exhausting or confusing to know just what you were actually saying? Add a punctuation mark. Was it complicated to say? Reformulate it so it flows better. Etc etc.
Yup. No matter how good you think it is, leave it for awhile before you release it. Sometimes you might need a week away from it to see the problems.
[QUOTE=Maloof?;34780054]Yup. No matter how good you think it is, leave it for awhile before you release it. Sometimes you might need a week away from it to see the problems.[/QUOTE] Very informative
[t]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/8702336/Art/Drawings/2012/Scraps_19.png[/t] may not be able to make pretty pictures but i sure do like figures.
[IMG]http://i.imgur.com/pJle1.jpg[/IMG] Yeah, I know it looks pretty messy. It's a bad habit for me to draw small and messy. The portrait itself is 2 inches small.
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