Mickixoxo wrote:Ahhh I like them! They're really cute.So do you like SAI? I've tried it a little, but I don;t really like it that much XP that and I just don't think it has as many options as GIMP.I think the only thing I have to comment on, is the shoes in the bottom picture. You should probably curve the toe of the shoe more, so that it doesn't look like the character is standing on her toes. Your proportions are lovely, your hair is perfect as always, and I love the eyes, too! Especially in the first picture, they're really well done, it's just those shoes that are a little iffy ;PI never would have guessed that you had trouble with kneecaps! They look pretty perfect here haha.Niiiiiicely done, daaaaaahling haha ;*
Kyllorac wrote:Very nice and colorful. I just wish the pictures were of better quality. JPEGs can only support 256 set colors, and oftentimes the default quality settings are horrible, so it tends not to be a good format for exporting art. PNG is much better, and it also supports transparency, which opens up a number of interesting doors for exploring.The hair in the first picture is just lovely. It's very detailed without being overwhelmingly so, and the gradient coloring gives it a nice comic book feel. I just wish the rest of the picture were as detailed. As it stands, the hair is the main focal point of the picture, simply because of how detailed it is compared to the rest of the piece.In the second picture, in addition to the shoes, her left wrist is very thick compared to her right, and her right leg has a bend in the calf, which makes it look malformed. She also looks like she's about to lose her balance and fall over. A general rule of thumb is to make sure the character's head is aligned with their feet when standing, otherwise they'll look unbalanced.As for backgrounds, although the colors work well, right now, your characters are just floating there, especially in the second picture. Try adding a bit more of an environment, so that your character and the background feel like they belong together; it's not always the easiest thing to do, but it really adds a lot to your pieces if you do it.
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