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Post#11 » 06 Jan 2017 06:38

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Post#12 » 06 Jan 2017 08:13

Hi! While I may not be an art student, I did lurk around on a art forum for a few years. While Im usually better at critiquing pixelart and drawings, Ill share some C+C with you. Take this with a grain of salt if you will and Im probably going to miss the point of your art class.

First and foremost, theses drawings are gorgeous, you use good colors with good saturation and provide good shading as evidenced by the dog's inner ear and eye. Your main problem is readability (unless you are going for a abstract, than this is a moot point). Readability means being able to understand what the drawing is at a glance. I almost mistook your lion as a bear, your eagle looks a bit like a wattles-less rooster and I cant exactly make out what that lower left animal is...a dragon? I also have no idea whats going on on your dog's face.

Other than that everything else looks beautiful, especially the coat of arms and the mountain ☺

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Post#13 » 06 Jan 2017 14:42

Probored wrote:Hi! While I may not be an art student, I did lurk around on a art forum for a few years. While Im usually better at critiquing pixelart and drawings, Ill share some C+C with you. Take this with a grain of salt if you will and Im probably going to miss the point of your art class.

First and foremost, theses drawings are gorgeous, you use good colors with good saturation and provide good shading as evidenced by the dog's inner ear and eye. Your main problem is readability (unless you are going for a abstract, than this is a moot point). Readability means being able to understand what the drawing is at a glance. I almost mistook your lion as a bear, your eagle looks a bit like a wattles-less rooster and I cant exactly make out what that lower left animal is...a dragon? I also have no idea whats going on on your dog's face.

Other than that everything else looks beautiful, especially the coat of arms and the mountain ☺


:)

Yeah for the harry potter one it's partly because the colours are dull from the black paper and I had to outline in white pen because the graphite was blocking the coloured pencils. And for my dog's face I went for a less realistic, more impressionism style since I'm still learning to paint. Thank you so much! Finally ppl commented :3
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Post#14 » 06 Jan 2017 14:43

Also, it's a badger patronus. It's prob hard to decipher since it's technically just light taking shape.
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Post#15 » 06 Jan 2017 16:26

My pleasure, and impressionism was the word I was going for. While the colors you use are very good, can I recommend using much bolder and eye candy colors?

Modern Impressionism, so might not be the kind you are going for
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Post#16 » 09 Jan 2017 02:37

Probored wrote:My pleasure, and impressionism was the word I was going for. While the colors you use are very good, can I recommend using much bolder and eye candy colors?

Modern Impressionism, so might not be the kind you are going for


I know this isn't really adding any critique, but I have to say that I love that image, where did you get it? I can't really read the name

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Post#17 » 09 Jan 2017 03:17

Artist is Leonid Afremov, https://afremov.com

For this specific picture, I simply typed modern impressionism on google

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Post#18 » 11 Jan 2017 06:48

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Post#19 » 17 Jan 2017 03:56

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Post#20 » 21 Jan 2017 09:38

So i drew David (in his combat suit) from Guardians of Haven Station.

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And yes, his neck is supoosed to be exposed.

EDIT: replaced with a better version. And apparently it has no background.
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