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Golgoroth (Mar 20, 2006)
Woah... can't believe I did this good for once! First thing posted on intermediate board...

Please comment!
Golgoroth (Mar 20, 2006)
drawn in 32 min
voodoobunny (Mar 20, 2006)
I don't think that this is intermediate quality.
The form of the face isn't right and the coloring needs more shadowing and stuff...
Joy (edited Mar 20, 2006)
I know I'm new here and stuff but that doesnt look like it belongs here...sorry to sound mean I hate mean people who just say stuff like that, some constructive critism would be try to make it less blury that might help. (=
Golgoroth (Mar 20, 2006)
Is there any way to move it to beginner? I'm beginning to think I misunderstood the quality level needed for intermediate.
DoOp (Mar 20, 2006)
gatta wait or ask for a mod to move it
Excel_Ichigo (Mar 20, 2006)
Yes, this belongs in beginner.

At that, I think beginner should be divided into two sections, anyway. :P
solve (Mar 20, 2006)
hey jesus... OMG... i thought it was really him talking to me through another vision on 2draw. i really gotta watch my self, j man is a top notch prankster.
comd (edited Mar 23, 2006)
I hope you don't mind me suggesting something, but consider not using very soft brushes until later. Soft gradations are very attractive, but the fact that your pictures lack any hard edges make me feel like they're destroying the clarity of your vision. Your pictures come out as a digital blur to me, but it looks like there is something nice behind the blur if only we could see it with clarity. There is a striking composition in this picture, but it's weakened by the fact that the foreground is drawn in a way that's almost equally obscure as the background. The only thing that makes the foreground stand out somewhat is the contrast between the hair and the skin.
Natsuna (Mar 23, 2006)
He's my homie :D Fer Real son'
mx (Mar 30, 2006)
I agree that this is not intermediate quality....
however...i do see some potential. I have seen work of a spanish artist that reminds me of this. There is some innocence with it, which works with the subject matter. i do thing if you want to distort, you need to know how things should be drawn in order to distort well. There are certian things that must still refer to actual anatomy, even when distorting.
I think you can consider adding stark, solid bright & flat colors in some places which could work agains the soft feel of the painting.
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