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Author Topic: Crit this not-yet-finished port  (Read 652 times)

Offline Destroyah

Crit this not-yet-finished port
«: July 13, 2008, 02:24:34 AM»
Yea, It's not done yet of shading but... Just Critizize it, I will try to make changes to it xD


I'm thinking... 1-2 GDS? Not sure :/

 
        

Offline Lord

Re: Crit this not-yet-finished port
«Reply #1: July 13, 2008, 11:20:45 PM»
i'll give you simple critique, to help nudge you along, k? <:

its not bad at all, though at its current state, i'm not sure it'll go for much anything.

you have the basic lines down, though a bit shaky, but i'd work on shading

it looks like you went from the darkest shade to one of the lightest, which would give it an indication of a very severe light source from behind such as lightning, but for now i think the easiest to practice with would be dithering (which you did) and focus on a light source that is shining directly towards your character.

Paint's portrait tutorial on dithering helped me a lot, as i've said in another thread, and though i dont have the link on-hand at the moment, you can find it (as well as a lot of other great tutorials on shading) on dA if you search for "Furcadia portrait shading tutorials"

Offline Minders

Re: Crit this not-yet-finished port
«Reply #2: July 14, 2008, 03:00:59 AM»
http://cb-tomboi.deviantart.com/art/Big-Port-Tutorial-2-Shading-62636455

I believe this is the tutorial Julie was referring to :3

Offline Lord

Re: Crit this not-yet-finished port
«Reply #3: July 16, 2008, 04:22:57 PM»
http://cb-tomboi.deviantart.com/art/Big-Port-Tutorial-2-Shading-62636455

I believe this is the tutorial Julie was referring to :3

actually, thats a different one, but just perfect! it has the same exact meanings and everything.

-fav's so she has it for later-