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  1. #1
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    second girl in hood

    second try
    this time take loooooog to finish and still i.m not too happy with end result I belive to be on good way but still in the middle of forest
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    This is beautiful. Very good!
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    This is very good. Keep practicing and you will soon be where you envision yourself. You're off to a GREAT start.

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    Other than the dark lining around the eyes I think she looks great

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    Gaspare - Just some quick suggestions - I used Airbrush. The eyes are always the key - They do not have a hard line, just high contrasts.
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    Last edited by L Skylar Brown; 07-20-2010 at 07:26 AM.
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    Sometimes good stuff takes time, especially when you are new to it and just learning. I think you've made a terrific first attempt here. I really like your drawn detailing, and you've done some good shading on the face and clothing also. I think Skylar's airbrushing has helped -- we newbies haven't had a chance to explore so many of the tools yet.

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    Hello Gaspare,
    don't know why but your work caught my attention.
    As Skylar suggested, use Airbrush. Is great for portrait work (i find it the best). I had a quick look at your work and yes, you have to work more on the eyes, you need to give the impression of round. I've done a quick retouch of your painting (hope you don't mind, if so then i will delete this post). The hair... i would not touch that, i think is great.
    (tools: airbrush, pencil and palette knife)
    P.S. i'm still trying to learn AR3
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    thanks a lot to all of you
    I give more attention to eyes, use more airbrushing and no more comic hard inkinkig
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    Monicka84 I think that always is better show than say

    then take care of eyes

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaspare View Post
    ..... no more comic hard inkinkig ....

    Those are not rules, only suggestions. Experiment with tools to see which one suits you best.
    I tend to go more for photo-realistic drawings and that is why i would not use hard inking.

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    Very nice, comics style portrait, dear mate!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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