So I've been here for a decent bit but would always like to find room to improve. Trying out different techniques and finishing touches and whatnot to test out what I like. Anyways I'd like to hear any and all technical feedback/criticisms (good or bad welcome). Here's one of my more recent works as a sample.
Feedback I'm looking for would be more relevant to things like "I think you can improve/fix your coloring by doing .... " , "you should try to change line settings to ..." , "I think this (anatomical) part looks off/incorrect because ..." , etc., not things like "I would prefer to see XYZ facial expression instead of ...." or "I want to see _______ char" since that doesn't really reflect the technical side (but welcomed nonetheless I suppose). Any and all input is appreciated.
Anyways my gallery is free to browse if you want more things to criticize and all.
lineart version of the animation using the base I posted in an earlier blog post. If anyone is interested in one with a different char animated in this position let me know (starting price is $40 USD / 160 EV for now, extra details and complexity will be more)
Doing another animation project. Would anyone be interested in a commission using this animation template? This is a rough sketch, so the final version will be cleaner and fixed up a bit. Commission would include char of your choice animated in this position + BG. Price starting at 150 EV ($40 USD).
Xmas themed piece I did for someone in "preparation" for the holiday season :)
Input/criticism always appreciated as it can help me improve.
But my main post, I want to ask: does anyone know how to remove that stupid garbage light filter that the site automatically applies when you upload a pic? Even if I choose upload quality as "original" and reset the blur, some of the skin tones come out with the color of a damn sunburnt tangerine (like in this pic).
In spirit of Halloween, I've uploaded some halloween themed pictures (well, just 2 so far) and have a few more on queue from commissioners. Feel free to check out my gallery and give me some feedback (good or bad, all is accepted) or hit me up with a commission request if you wish.
I'm a relatively new artist here and at the moment just updating and working on my portfolio. Attached is one of many versions of a piece I did for someone as a sample piece of my style. I would appreciate any and all feedback, input, criticism(s), and/or anything that you may think could improve my work overall.