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Game of thrones - Robb Stark

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Date
03/11/2013
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Illustration
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1240 x 1754 px
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stark
games-of-thrones
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Game of thrones drawing, I'm doing a series of drawings of the characters in the books and start with the Stark family.

I have not started with Robb I have other drawings but will not let me upload here but are in deviantart I leave here the links:

Eddard Stark
http://srproductions.devi antart.com/art/Game-of-Th rones-Eddar-Stark-3570660 99?q=gallery%3Asrproducti ons&qo=3

Catelyn Stark
http://srproductions.devi antart.com/art/Game-of-Th rones-Catelyn-Stark-35784 5590?q=gallery%3Asrproduc tions&qo=2

Leave me a comment on what you think the picture :)

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JazzaJazza

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars Mar 12, 2013

Looking great! I love game of thrones so you have my thumbs up immediately haha. Your drawing is very solid, the character(s) are clearly defined and are proportioned well. The only thing I notice that i'll comment on which could improve the image, is the shading of the characters. Its done well, don't get me wrong, your colors and where you add shodow are perfect, what I mean is, there's two well known approaches to shading, cell shading and gradient. In cell shading, we have colors that clearly start and stop at certain points, with solid areas of shadow, in the gradient style, the colors merge into each others darks and lights and create an overall flow. In this image you seem to have gone half way between both. I feel like the gradient from dark to light is a little too immediate, to the point it almost looks cell shaded, but loses the dimension you might have kept if you went with a gradient through the whole object. I hope that makes sense. Overall you've done very well! Oh on last thing, the shadow on the text on the left is a little too strong and can make the text confusing to read. as a general rule of thumb I make shadows on that kind of thing around 30% opacity, it's easier to understand visually that way. Nice work, thanks for sharing!


Sirrolandproduction responds:

I understand everything you say and I really appreciate your advice because that will make in future drawings correct those failures.

Thank you very much for coming by and leave your comments