|21 Sep 2005|| Trevor Mathis|
You do a great job on faces and shading. Love the hair in this piece. But the body here seems to lack depth. For instance the calves and feet are flat and go in exactly opposite directions. Both should be angled about 15 - 20 degrees inward to add depth. The calves ahould also turn and cover the end of the thighs a bit more. And the hands and the arm that is bending need some work. Hands are hard to do, but the arm just needs some depth similar to the suggestion for the calves. I hope you aren't offended by my crits. Renata Cavanaugh
replies: "No offence at all....I like to hear what people think ....I used a photo refference for it...and to me it seemed fine....If you want I can send yout the photo and you can compare..."
|13 Oct 2005|| Rikard Larsson|
Wow! This one was unique and cool. Really nice talent.
|26 Nov 2005|| Shhhh Shhhh|
82, 53, 64 HUT HUT!! This is so cool! I love how her hair falls and the jewelery its so pretty! Hey T mathis I can turn my feet out at the same time further than 180 degreese <
|16 Jan 2007|| Noa_the_GreenWitch|
well well well... that's amazing. really just REALLY good art.
|24 Feb 2007|| MinisterMayolaMaze|
You should like write a book with these fairies in it! I would read it! (put the fire godess in it, she is the bomb!)
Oh make the Vortex the top people!
|1 Jul 2007|| Angelicus|
I love the playfullness of this peice.
|11 Aug 2007|| Lottie jones|
Almost looks like she's floating, or maybe balancing herself on one hand on that ball... Love the background. It's awesome. There is the feeling of something vaguely 'off' about the arm on the ball, though. I think it's that the forearm is a bit too long and a tad too straight. Dunno for certain. I'm not very good at drawing human figures. Or humanoid figures, whatever the case may be.
Anywho, great job.