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12-05-2006, 10:01 AM
The drawing is of ??????
I colored in Photo Shop.
12-05-2006, 11:24 AM
The colors on Strange himself are very dark and are making him difficult to see. I understand he's in a dark room, but he could really be a lot clearer. Especially in that third panel where you've got a strong lightsource in the engergy coming from the mirror, but he's still renedered as if he's standing in a dark room. You want to bring out the character while still conveying the scene, but seeing the character clearly is the most important thing.
The panels with the boy in them are very well done, but your lightsource seems to change from panel to panel. In the 1st panel you've got his face highlighted from up and to his right, but in second panel, you've rendered his hand as if the light was coming from directly behind him and from the microwave. And in the third panel, you've got the light coming from behind him and to his left.
12-05-2006, 03:20 PM
Thank you for the visit and comments. The boy this turning on the television .
I put the violet color to darken the character. Close to the mirror he/she has some light. . . In my vision.
12-05-2006, 04:05 PM
Ha. Microwave. :slap: I have no idea what I was thinking...
I get that you were trying to make the scene dark, but unless you look real hard at the 1st panel, you have no idea that Stange's hand is on his sash. They're both the same color. Portions of his red cape are also the same color as his hand and sash. There needs to be a more definitive separation between the colors. Darkness doesn't make colors look the same unless there is a total abscence of color, which would make it black.
In that third panel with Strange, you got a glow around the energy grabbing at Strange, but there is none of that light visible on Strange. He's rendered with exactly the same values as he was in the 1st panel, which has a much more subdued lightsource. You could really help this panel by pumping up the light and then fading it into the darker colors.
12-05-2006, 04:26 PM
Excuse me if I write some wrong word. . . I don't dominate that writing. The violet color used to darken the scene. The black is not recommended to darken a color shade. The dr. I Find strange this of glove. Close to the mirror a light exists in the reflex.
12-06-2006, 03:59 AM
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The gloves have the brown color. And close to the mirror reflected light exists.
12-06-2006, 09:40 AM
This may come across as rude, but I'm not trying to be that way. What is your purpose for posting to these boards? Is it just to show your art or are you looking for critiques? The reason I ask is that every time I've seen/made a post that pointed out to you how something could be improved, you've argued that they way you did it was right. If you're not looking for feedback, then that's cool, I can respect that, but if you are, you should be open to it, take it into consideration, and learn from it. None of us are perfect, and personal tastes are almost always going to come into play, but there is a lot of talent and experience on this board that shouldn't just be dismissed the way you seem to do.
Some things may be being lost in translation, so I want to say again, I'm not trying to offend you. I'm just looking to get a clearer picture on what you want out of this experience. You've got a lot of talent, and I look forward to seeing more from you.
12-06-2006, 02:51 PM
Ok Ross...Thank you very much for the comments. I think in the light projected in the face you this with all reason. In the remaining. . . I only put the new images for you to see with more details the gloves. Thank you again.
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