U're right, that grey scale is a good Idea... but i have some troubles with it, when i want to colorize these gray pics(
I like that image! The first sketch is actually the one I enjoy the most, since the girl has a flirty expression in her eyes, instead of a blank look in the later ones.
If you are going to include a tail, make it grow from the actual tail bone, and outwards, instead of like you did earlier, where it looked like it grew out of her butt.
Girl's feet are looking very parallel, which makes her stance look very rigid. Try turning them into a more natural position.
The pixie-dust coming out of the hole in the tree needs to look like it's glowing, and actually light up the tree next to it, or it needs to receive shadow.
Hope this helps you somewhat, push dat artwork!
Edit: somehow I double-posted.
Hi, I like that last picture you have here too. The color scheme is really nice. What's she doing with her hand though? To me it looks like she's knocking on a door. Also her legs seem to be too far forward, try curving that thigh more towards the back. Get some references of people standing or even better take a picture of a friend or yourself in the pose you want and work from that.
I really like the progress on the last piece!
Nice colors and sweet girl.
Just the composition is bad in my opinion.
You should expand your canvas to make it look better.
I've done a really fast OP to show you what i mean.
I hope you know what i mean and i hope you like it
zenarion, that's true... her eyes aren't expressive enough) i'll try to fix.
Silwynar, thank you for the time u spent on helping me)). Now i see, that with more space is better. It's better, when nothing is pressing from all sides)
Kalin, from the start, this foxy girl was as sketch in my notebook (for estonian language lessons, which are a bit boring )
Cool sketchbook, really like the amount of work you are putting in here. I'd work on learning the placement of features on the face - sometimes in your pieces they are just a bit off, but there's books on how to figure out the correct position of features based on the form of the scull beneath the face and different proportions within the head.
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