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Offline CODEONE

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Portraits (2)

on: May 31, 2007, 05:12:05 pm




Still new to this, you can tell on the hair of the first one (Hair = Hard) Basically two portraits, the second one is behind a black background because it looks better with it there... it's transparent too tho.

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Re: Portraits (2)

Reply #1 on: May 31, 2007, 06:02:24 pm
The palletes and shading make everything on both of these look jagged and blurry, all at the same time. The lightsource and shading is very confusing, there are patches of light where there wouldn't be and patches of dark where there wouldn't be.

Your palletes' contrast of the opposite of many first timers, it contrasts too harshly between colors (first piece, the base skin color goes from some desaturated tan immediately to into some super desat. grey). When in my opinion it should go smoothly from some medium saturated tan -> slightly darker less sat tan -> etc.
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