RabidWeaselsFeatured By OwnerNov 19, 2012Hobbyist Digital Artist
This is a really nice picture Taylor, you've come a long way at drawing people digitally. I did notice you asked for a critique so I hope you don't get upset when I tell you some things you could improve on. First thing is first you have a pretty good standing on the upper body, especially the face. Your spacing of things is overall very good, although you may want to lower where you draw the mouth just a tad, however I think it might help if you define the chin/under the chin with some slightly darker shading, just to show the viewer that it is there a little easier. Then with your hair, it might help if you define some strands in it if that makes sense. Hair usually starts from one point, or a line on one part of the head, the hair line. By distinguishing this part of the hair and making the rest of the hair flow from it you can add a look of realism to your work. Closer to the hair line/top of the head the hair stands up some from the scalp, doesn't lie directly on top however as the hair moves away from the scalp it gets clings closer to the face/head. My tips that you can easily over look aside there are a lot I like about the piece, mainly those eyes. Bright, nicely shaped, and her mouth which looks rather realistic. Hope I didn't offend you somewhere along the way. Really do like this piece.
Oh, thank you so much Katie! And thank you so much for the tips! You can always do a critique when I request it, because I am requesting it! And with the mouth, I noticed that afterwards, how I should have lowered the mouth a bit. That bugged me for a bit before I posted it! And I am really proud of the eyes and of the body generally, because I feel like I have improved, and thank you for the compliments on those! Yeah, the hair I am not proud of because it was a really quick, last-minute thing that I am not proud of, lol! Thank you so much for the critique and when I draw another human, I will definitely add these into the artwork! Thank you, again!