Saturday, April 29, 2006

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8 comments:

wild inside said...

this one looks much better than those you posted earlier. nice rendering at the torso. and now you may start to think of how to lead the viewer's eyes and where you want them to go. right now my eyes go to the knees and the head. what a waste of the beautiful torso.........

Jeffrey Cheung said...

beautiful.. beautiful frankenstein. lol jk.. it's really good lettie, mark showed this as an example of how to shade more effectively, helping the form instead of doing nothing.

Cooked Art said...

If you want the viewer to look at the head and the torso, make the area of contrast there the highest. Right now there are big white spots on the legs and the forehead that attract attention. Not saying that you shouldn't have the legs pop forward, you can, but I'd glaze it all forward and put some big time hilights on the face and torso. Only a few and your eye will go right to it.

Mitch K said...

Nice light.

GHGraphics said...

Wowwwwwwwwww!

This is amazing Lettie. The lighting is great and I love the pose. They way you have him sitting there is very believable. :D

Alex said...

looking good. i agree with cook i don't know how this works so add me at alex-donald.blogspot.com

Mitch K said...

Sorry, I couldn't write much before because I was at work!

WOW! Look at the lines on this! My favorite lines are always those of the lower stomach.. but let's see... where's my favorite today...... Look at that line on the right side of his head! (his hair line). That may be one of the most beautiful lines I've ever seen! Or maybe on the neck.

Lovely! Thank you for softening my eyes!

Mitch K said...

Me again! You're a Katie Rice fan, right Lettie? Check this out!:

http://www.animationarchive.org/2006/05/media-katie-rices-sketchbooks.html

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