I Love~ how you draw face and how you handle the colors! *-*
I like the way you draw hair, Tisa mix between solid and liquid.
love your work
I really dig this. I like how her hair kinda looks like wet paint melting down. Your recent stuff reminds me somewhat of the work that was done for the Fable games; just in general tone. Maybe that splashed with some really whimsical fantasy. Very nice!
I love all of your paintings/ drawing!
Very nice! I love the little star under her eye.
I like how the shadow seems to melt down the page. It's very soft and dreamy. I noticed that you went from cool shadows under her chin and on her right eye, but not under her cheeks. I thought that seemed like a really intersting decision. Lovely.
Soft, subtle, lovely.
nice lush coloring as adds dimension to her features
The coloring on this is amazing
good work amigo!
You are kind and talented and human and an architect, couldn't get better
with what program you create them
You Know it brother!
beautiful... love the color tone
wow, i love the blocked-in shadow shapes beautiful work!
Reminds me of an old friend
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Nice work. Love the colors.
Nice work man! Acrylic?
i really like the expression in the piece. and the color is fantastic! brilliant idea working in purple.
Awesome coloring by the way.
How long does it usually take you to color a pic. like this?
Gorgeous, I love the purple.
love the nicely detailed looks like a real painting of someone
I love the shading and the brush strokes (is that right? - I'm not a traditional artist) of this pic. Though, and this is meant as no offense, it does seem that the star on her cheek sticks out a bit and doesn't fit the shading in that part. It may just be my untrained eye, though. Again, i really like this pic.
Thanks for fav!
wonderful painting, beautiful work
wow love it, her lips and eyes are pretty and stand out well
dude! your stuff is awesome! I was wondering if you might be able to draw my girlfriend :3 I want to give it to her as a gift for christmas :/ I hope you will be able to if you need me to pay I will! please consider :3 -CL P.S. Do you have a skype?
What medium did you use? This has extremely flat opaques and covers very nicely. The painting is well done.
I used photoshop, and I almost always use 100% opacity for my brushes to avoid that plasticy look.
Ahhhh okay, for some reason I was thinking it was a traditional painting. Still really good. I was hoping there was a painting medium that would give me better results. Thanks!
Ah, well I'm basically mimicking how I used to do oil paintings. If I had continued with the traditional route they would look much the same as my digital work (just more brush cleaning).
Some people love acrylics (your medium), but I absolutely hate them. Oils were my passion for a while. It's what all the old masters used.
Lol I was just having a conversation with someone about oils and acrylics. I've not had a lot of experience with oils mainly because of lack of drying time. I love the layering and transparency of oils, but can't use them around my daughter since she is so young. I found a work around that can be used as a glazing medium and slows drying. It is a retarder. I use it extensively, it aids in flow, and is great for underpainting. I can lay in my first layers quickly and smoothly with a mix of the retarder. It's worth a shot.
if you dont use any solvents; that is, if you only use oil and oil paint, it's every bit as safe as acrylics in every way. I'm not a doctor so I don't want to like, accidentally have missed something and do something unhealthy for your daughter, but I did a lot of research into it when I first started doing oil painting, as I have no ventilation in my house.
Basically skin contact and consumption are the only thing you have to worry about, but no moreso than for acrylics. You can get a resin based drying medium as well, instead of linseed or walnut oil, so it dries in a day. If you do oil painting with purely oil, the stuff takes FOREVER to dry (with my thick painting style and walnut oil paints, about a month).
You are super happy? I AM super happy! I love it... your first DA commission? Hopefully there will be many more to come... I love this piece and thank you so much!