The Smart One


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Sergeant Peppers?

Well, it's a good piece of inspiration, but I can't see the whole "smart" reference, with your drawing style. The effect of colouring outside of the lines looks messy and if you're not going to change that, perhaps consider removing the lines altogether, as this would make it look a lot better. Look at leaving some of the lines for shading though, as they do confer a benefit.

The background could have been a different colour here, as there is just a little too much yellow here - go for something like turquoise, to give contrast and allowing the flowers on the shoulders to show up more.

Finally, a little attention to detail, with things like the glasses, which just have to be perfect, in my opinion, would be brilliant.

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up-a-notch responds:

Thank you, john was "the smart one"


-It's definitely one of the more detialed pieces of art that you've done and I really like when you do this portrait type of drawing since it allows you to work on facial expressions. It's nice to experiment with all of the different things you can convey with miniscule changes. I've kind of grown on this sloppy style also. You do a pretty good job with it quite honestly.

-While it does show that you don't care too much for keeping inside the lines and conforming to standards it does show that you like to have fun with what you draw. Nice color combination on his jacket with some shading touches. Background seems a bit bright and plain though. Overall it's pretty good and it seems like you are improving.

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up-a-notch responds:

thanks dude :)

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Aug 19, 2010
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