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02-22-2008, 08:07 AM
This discussion is for comments about the fan art UIR: Secret Agent Valentine (http://www.comics2film.com/index.php?a=gallery_item&l=22900).
02-22-2008, 08:07 AM
like the concept. nice costume! :)
the anatomy needs work (proportions, thickness, muscle structure). I'll give you hair is hard to do, but it needs some direction (instead of just fill in lines).
keep working at it :)
02-22-2008, 10:18 AM
Thank you blackadder. Now this is the kind of constructive criticism of my work that I like to see. I wish more people were as considerate as you when evaluating my work. I honestly do work at improving my anatomy and coloring with every new piece that I do and appreciate what little support I do get to try that much harder and to do better. :smile:
02-22-2008, 02:48 PM
I have your constructive criticism right here dude. Your anatomy still needs work, and she is ugly as sin. Does she wear the blindfold because she doesn't like looking at herself in the mirror? The reservoir in-between her front two teeth indicate she might be a relative of David Letterman. She almost reminds me of Lolita and Tanqueray from Beavis and Butthead. But thats just me.
You should probably start referencing the ladies in a Maxim. If you want your art to take off they need to be appealing to the eye, and interesting. I still don't see the improvement, but keep on beating this dead horse until some artwork fabricates itself. :tongue:
02-22-2008, 02:57 PM
Okay...you're a thirty year old man. Right? Now there's a time when constructive criticism needs to stop and the hard truth needs to be stated. By everybody being "nice? it only creates a false reality. I have been to art school and it's a harsh harsh environment. Nobody with zero talent will make it and my critiques would seem soft compared to those coming from your instructor. I Love football...love it love it love it, but I DO NOT try out for the NFL every year because I know I suck at it. I don't go into a damn operating room and push a doctor aside and assume I can perform surgery because I watch ER. Some people have talent...and some don't. If you were a young child who didn't know any better that would be one thing....but you are 30! 30! If you haven't realized that the human body isn't comprised of more than a series of lumps and muscles are more than squiggly lines....well I?m afraid it's too late for you.
02-23-2008, 01:17 AM
Oh, I see the dim boys are back. :devil:
Verymeanguy, still sayin the same ol tired lines...yawn.
Gee, Spoony, I truly am sorry if they made you cry in art school but that's really no need to take it out on others. I might mention that you can't critique well either and yet somehow, that does little to stop you from blathering on. Almost makes ya think, don't it? Almost.
I think Blackadder's comments are on the money as far as improvements but I'd like to add that your coloring, background and logo all work quite well here, Paul.
02-25-2008, 09:26 PM
The only ones living in a false reality are these guys LP, everywhere else that I posted this image they thought she was HOT! :tongue: Upon examination of the original uncolored inked line art, the reason that she looks as if she has a gap in her tooth is due to a bit of running of the ink from the pen that I've been using. It has tended to bleed a bit in some places that I've gone over my pencils in recent drawings and I haven't been too happy with that. It also doesn't allow for inking the finer parts like the shading. I think that I need to start using a different pen or perhaps just a finer point for the smaller sections and my current pen for the thicker lines. Hate not to use it anymore since it is a good quailty pen. Well, you live and learn.
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