Why thank you i highly recommend taking a digital art class! youll learn beyond the basics! To be honest it was hard because i had to do this during summer session. Soooo there was like 6 months worth of material i had to learn in a month >.< This was so hard for me hahaha
Oh i absolutley love it! Really took my brath away when i klicked "next" and this popped up. Love the style and coloring. And, aven thoug this might sound wierd, i do like tha fakt that her boobs is not as huge as they are originally
I totally agree with you, i really did try to make the whole picture equalized in contrast.I was having a hard time because i'm not very well acquainted with Photoshop beyond the basic knowledge of its tools.
Jesse-RebockFeatured By OwnerSep 26, 2010Hobbyist General Artist
Yea, the face is highlighted, but I don't think it's to the piece's detriment; sort of the opposite of having a figure's face obscured in shadow, y'know? Brings the focus to that part of the art, which I'm guessing was part of your assignment.
My only critique would be the actual arrow - the head's perspective is throwing me off just a little ... and fletches (feather-part, to anyone who doesn't know) would partially obscure the index and middle fingers as they pinch the notch onto the bowstring (which appears to be missing too ... but that's okay, it's fantasy )
Bow & Arrow poses aren't really that easy. This was overall very well done, keep up the good work!
>__< The arrow bugs me still but i think i got frustrated after fussing with it too long.I had a deadline to turn this in for a class but I will go back and try to fix bits and pieces. Thank you both for helpful criticism, you've now assured me of my some of my doubts
Jesse-RebockFeatured By OwnerOct 3, 2010Hobbyist General Artist
Well yes, it's important to not fuss too long on a single piece. Best thing any of us can do is really remember the tips the for next time, unless of course you truly are intent on returning to it and fixing it up!