A Fond Return (CHOW #53)
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A Fond Return (CHOW #53)

Author Comments

My entry for Character of the Week #53. Stop on by the Art Forum to enter the newest CHOW!

Reviews


This is great. Your colors, and mood are spot on and beautiful! My only problem with this is that the human doesnt look grounded. If she's not supposed to be floating, the body position might need to change? And some kind of line for grounding? If she's supposed to be floating, her body language (mainly her lower body...) is very stiff, for something that's supposed to be loose and sensual. I almost wish the canvas itself was a little lower, and more time was spent on finishing her with her legs outstretched.

Personal opinion though because i'm not sure what your aim or goal was. Still great overall!


ImpendingRiot responds:

Thanks for the review :) Funny you should mention that the floating looks akward. Originally, this was horizontal instead of vertical. She was kneeling on the ground. I just rotated the canvas because I liked the composition better vertically. With that said, I should have put a bit more care into adjusting her pose. Thanks again for the feedback.


Very beatful Impending, the difference of colors between the center of the picture and it sides made it amazing! Loved it! Nice one.

5/5
- Spy


ImpendingRiot responds:

Thanks Spy!


Beautiful, I may have to join in on the CHOW fun.


ImpendingRiot responds:

Thanks :) You should, it's a lot of fun

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4.67 / 5.00

Uploaded
Aug 5, 2012 | 11:37 AM EDT
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Fine Art
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600 x 800 px
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244 kb
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