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4.00 / 5.00

Apr 12, 2017 | 9:19 AM EDT
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after 3 sleepless nights on making this beautiful, i finally finished it. I am crying (tears of joy).
I dont even care if this didn't win jazza’s C.O.T.M, Im just happy that i finished this.

I've only been practicing art for a year now, and this is the second contest i joined. (i dont really like contests cause i always get overwhelmed by how much people join here, But I joined this contest anyway for me to test my skills.)

There is sooo much obstacles that i have to avoid,and problems that i have to be creative to fix (like i dont have a scanner, so I used my phone. Lol).

Anyway, I made it in a magazine poster style since the word TRADIGITAL really screams magazine to me.

(yes, i copied some of this from my tumblr, hahaha)




Rated 5 / 5 stars

really awesome

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danlolwatermelon responds:

thanks hahaha. i really worked hard on it. thanks for the 5 stars.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great piece especially since you have said you've only been practicing art for only a year. I'm surprised you've entered this for the B-Tradigital I think you could enter this in the open one. There is a real sense depth in this piece. I would say use a ruler when doing straight lines. It's not cheating, particularly on the PC monitor and look up some perspective tutorials on YT too. The use of colour is good too it shows that you've taken your time to complete this piece

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danlolwatermelon responds:

Omg thank you for your feed back.

But yeah, after i finished the painting. I realized how off the perspective is. I really want to redo the linework and everyrthing just to fix it, but I dont have a lightbox to trace the subject and other things.

I wish i really did more on small details like the wrinkles on the shirt, or the view outside the window. But i have no Precision brush to create those, (I only have three brushes, 1 medium, 1 large, 1 flat). And i also dont know how wrinkles work.

Anyway, i love you stranger for your critiques and your compliments. Haha.