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Thread: crying and anger girl

  1. #1
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    crying and anger girl

    hello..
    she was crying , but she feeeeeeeeeel stronger then crying..
    i love this style in the drawing but i do not know if my way is correct or wrong?
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    You played great around this image. The face is very well portraied and the style pretty original and tasty.
    She's charming, but her expression seems pretty different from the one we would imagine You usually have, kind and peaceful and with a with a joy and gratefulness the creative energy and artistic talent You have would help You to keep alive.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Very fine work..
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    Suha - Wow these are powerful images. Like Caesar said quite unlike the sweet, and serene image I have seen before. BUT I think the first two are amazing in the quality of inner strength shown especially in the eyes. Like she knows she is not beaten but is keeping that knowledge hidden. But the third and fourth where you have shifted the color the image takes on a fierce quality an in the eyes the gaze has shifted to reveal that fierceness. Excellent work!!

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    I would guess she's dealing with a chemical imbalance as seen pictured in 3 & 4, and that's what's making her emotional.

    Joking. . .

    These are very well done. I like how you surrounded her eyes in darkness from running mascara. It's as if the real girl inside is reaching out from deep inside a pit of dark feelings, hoping there is someone to help her out.

    You are using your art to express complex emotions, and it translates into all languages this way. Well done!
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Nice shaping owe the nose especially.

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    cool
    you seem have a x-ray vision to see the peudocolors usually we do not see

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    thank yuo all

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    i do not know if my way is correct or wrong.

    There is no wrong way. Beautiful painting and story it tells.

    P.D.

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    thank you very much p.o. dinkles

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