Nailsen Ivanderlie
Nailsen Ivanderlie
Indonesia
Nailsen Ivanderlie
Its a baby demon prince doing a walk with his baby cerberus ( chichuahua :] ), just a casual day in hell. I added some of the sketches that didnt make it in final I have a super hard time on rendering the metal parts and drawing the chihuahua head as the cerberus but hey as the draftsman's podcast said 'this is your best art now'.
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Nailsen Ivanderlie
Mutty is a little green beetle who likes to mess around. He likes to ride other animals and this time is a bird by using a flower as a bait to make the bird fly for him. I used 3 refference, Flower, Beetle, Bird and its done on Photoshop Loving this community even if im still new here shout out to @Stan Prokopenko and @Peter Han and the sponsors for making this challenge happen
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Hey i guys im trying out to paint potrait with different color sets and i bump to this and im trying to make it look right. I tried to put it in bnw the value seems pretty good but when in colors it seems very odd to me. Im hoping you guys can tell me whats wrong with the color or the outlines. I added the colored one, the bnw one, and a very small one lol i dont even know if that helps. Thank you very much Proko Community love u so much <3 <3 :*
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Kristian Nee
Hey Nailsen! Great job on this, it's a really solid first digital painting. What I'd say is pretty much what everyone always says. Focus more on the fundamental drawing stuff. Their right eye in your painting is too high, and it feels like their left is out of the socket. @Hooman Hn's advice of flipping the canvas is something I'd recommend too. It feels like a very correct painting, but doesn't have much personality in it yet. The background is an easy spot to do that, but I wouldn't stop there. Maybe spend some time really trying to nail down the nose and mouth to make them look really cool, not just correct. Anyways, good job! This is a really nice study Good luck!
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thanks a lot kristian!! when u said the eyes is not alligned thats when i start seeing the mistakes im making, and i tried flipping the canvas just now and the eyes looked incredibly odd. I will try to nail down the nose and mouth more on my next painting THANKS A LOTT!!
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Hooman Hn
Given the way you did this, it's AWESOME! And it's your first time! really well done. First things first, I suggest that you always flip your line art or shapes at the beginning of your process so that your figure or portrait is balanced. I love the texture of the face you did, but in my eyes, seeing it side by side with the hat and the coat, I can't feel them being of the same universe (weird way of putting it maybe :) ) but the level of texture and detail doesn't match between them. Of course, you can have unfinished parts in your art it actually makes it so exciting! but it should happen gradually in my opinion. If you used reference for your colors and lighting, good for you! (however, the highlight values on the hat, neck, and clothes kinda throw me off; you might want to check them again) , but if you didn't use any references for your lighting, WELL DONE! However, I learned the hard way that there is nothing wrong with using references. In fact, it's the opposite! References are the most important part, whether if you want a source of inspiration, or you just want to make things right. The most appealing shapes for us are already there in nature, so why not use them? Also, Some rim light and a change of value in the background could make the character pop out better. Good Luck!
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Nailsen Ivanderlie
wowww thank you very much for your consideration and time!!! because i feel something is off but i dont really know what that is. im using refference for this painting but i think im using it too much until i cant really see the mistakes im making thanks a lotttt !!!
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Nailsen Ivanderlie
It's my first ever finished digital painting, so im hoping you guys can give my a very critical critique, and maybe some workflow suggestion because i only use 1 layer and an opacity round brush and eraser to erase extended paints. Any kind of critique is welcome thank you proko community!!
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here is my first ever finished digital painting, please give me feedbacks i would really appreciate any of it thank you guys
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