|16 Jul 1999|| Paula Alavesa|
I like the dress it is delicate and suites the topic. You could try and make the hand you think is
faulty more like the one you are satisfied with.
|17 Jul 1999|| Seth T Franks|
The flowing dress is nisely done
|23 Jul 1999|| Sofia Norlén|
hmmm... maybe, if you tried improving the dress folds, it looks a bit too much like random lines
|27 Jul 1999|| Jocke|
Another tip is to have the wind pressing the dress against the leg, creating folds and so on. A bit shading wouldn't hurt either.
|29 Nov 1999|| Ray|
I think if you want to fix this dress, give it more sweep. I mean, instead of a solid piece skirt as suggested by the drawing, give it some flair, like a flag rolling instead of a sheet drying in the wind. But I must say, it is a lovely drawing.
|2 Jan 2000|| La la la|
for some strange reason, every time i look at this picture, my mind seems to fill it in with watercolours... i think a finished version of this pic with loose watercolours (let them bleed into eachother) would look really nice... anyhoo i love this pic anyway ^_^
|25 Mar 2001|| Nice_girl|
Very nice. But I would like to see a little more life in it.
|8 Apr 2001|| Critique|
not a lot of imagination.
|5 May 2001|| Think *flow*|
I think that the dress is nice and fits what the pic is about,...just add a few more details to her hair and the stomach of the dress to give a more attractive finish and you should be all set!! Very well so far...just add to it, thats all!!!***
|28 Oct 2001|| Maeve Leonard|
No imagination?! How can one say that? It's the little things that bring out the imagination in this peice. Her slightly parted lips, the way her hand curves ever so slightly so her cheek is kissed by the wind, the strap slipping from her shoulder (and she's to lost in her moment to care about modesty)... *I* think she's lovely. Maybe colour her?