Probably he doesn't know the restricted rules about uncovered nipples in other galleries where this outfit is sold! ... Well I'll do another pervert version with no covered nipples to dimonstrate she has them!!
Wow, thanks a lot!I agree with your idea that too many use oversexuality to get more consense and comments, but I don't agree with this choice for this reason my characters (in my images) are usually covered and not oversexualised. I guess I search for something normal!
I'm never quite sure about the critiques I read in some of the comments though. If you'd asked for them...great. Otherwise, I'd like to think people would just enjoy the work you've done and appreciate the effort that must have gone into producing it. Maybe it's because I can't draw a straight line that I tend to marvel at peoples artistic talents. But then...I'm the beholder, and it's my eye!
Thank you for passing by I leaving your comment! Comments are always appreciated, if they are constructive.Well we are never perfect and nobody is perfect, I'm sure we all have to learn something from better artists or some less talented but perhaps with a lot of technique. The most difficult thing is give critics without knowing which program we are using, we are not all artists and painters, some of us as I am I'm only and hobbiest and I do it for fun, not as my job.For me it's enought to receive a nice comment or a constructive critique to increese my skills, but perfection is not my goal, probably someone already reached it!
Well, thank you for taking the time to read it As far as perfection is concerned...who cares? I kinda think art is feeling, not technique. If I see something [like 'Golden Warrior'] and it touches something in me, for whatever reason, what do I care if the shading is 'just so'. Maybe if the shading had been different, I wouldn't have been touched.
I totally agree with you,I think the same thing, art and images are not only techniques. Impressions and emotions are the most important part for me. Of course technique is important but to reach this goal, if it's perfect but it express anything about perfection well for me it's not something interesting except as for a teachings.
I pretty much feel the same way about music, movies and books. Pachelbel's Canon in D...gotta love it. Finding Neverland [made me get misty...but don't tell ]. Neil Gaiman's 'Neverwhere', I read that for the fourth time a few days ago. Simplicity and emotion make the world go 'round.
Nice work, but the lighting could be better... and I would like to see hard shadows rather than the soft, very transparent shadows you've got goin'. Certain areas feel kinda blurry and it's having a hard time selling any depth or realism 'cuz of it. Lighting can have a pretty huge impact on your image, so I suggest playing around a bit with it.
The character also has almost an outline around her due to the direct light at her front, against the bright background... so it feels a bit unnatural. I suggest lighting your character to compliment your background.