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3.86 / 5.00

Jan 10, 2014 | 8:07 AM EST
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Damn! Why coloring is given me so hard?
Apparently I do not understand something. Something simple, I think



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Really great conceptual work! maybe take your black and white lighting patterns another step further to get the full range of depth but otherwise keep it up!

RimKeLLo responds:

Thank you.
I'll be work hard and try my best ^^
The only one thing i need for this. Try to convert my laziness into productivity


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Your coloring is having problems becuase your values are all off... I suggest you work the in grayscale first.

For example: you have your values receding as if the peice was going from foreground to background in an environmental paint. The value shifts would not lighten out that radically at all... the left side (her right) leg and arm are wayyyy pushed back with the stomach and chest in the same value range as the right side (her left).. I suggest you do some value studies and master your grayscale before worrying about color man. Adding a color to a good value map is very easy and will almost always work.. it will make your life easier.

Aside from that, i think its a cool concept and well done on the gesture! Its really fluid. Just keep working those fundamentals man :D

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RimKeLLo responds:

It's good critique man thank you
It's really useful to get that sort of "punch", to open your eyes and go to right direction.