ManonvonSuperock wrote: »
thank you, I'll be here all night.
but seriously, folks,
let me take this time to make fun of Sharky and R. Action for their haircuts.
and wak, your palettes and style in your simple pasty ladies work a lot better than when you try do locally render them like in your blackalope or poison ivy picture. I think your strength lies in more flat application of few tones, and I'd like to see you tackle some different builds and ethnicities in both facial features and skin tones in that style.
anable wrote: »
Is your name really Nils? I guess Wolfram was wrong. There's two of us!
Projeck wrote: »
Greatnation wrote: »
these are both life size from working with Rick Berry the last couple weeks.
Loomdun wrote: »
...And I am being hulked enraged by multiple things right now and I will destroy you
Radar6590 wrote: »
Knight, looks like you didn't Gessoe that board. You will probably want to do that next time, because the wood will absorb the oil paint, and the oils will break it down chemically. Also, you have a lot of wood showing through. You should really solidify it with either some sort of brownish underpainting, if you want to use brown, or really solidify the grays. The way it is, it looks rather sloppily done.
Metalbourne wrote: »
Yeah, you might want to use a reference in the future, as the face itself is noticeably built from individual components that are pasted together. The eyes, nose where it connects to the brow, and the brow/temple are especially bad for being "symbolized."
lyrium wrote: »
I think I like gouache
Flay wrote: »
@WCK: Your sense of light and solid form is definitely improving, but I can still see some problems. There seems to be a lot of light hitting your left shoulder (right on the image) but there's also a highlight on the right side of your neck, which seems inconsistent. [tiny]Manly stud you...[/tiny]