Let me Catch a Walkthrough by `Norke is just so amazing. I'm not a digital artist, but nevertheless I was blown away by his tutorial. And I think it's really helpful for all other digital artists out there, because there are some amazing tips in there. (
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I think this was beautiful at the beginning. Your anatomy felt innate, your gesture natural, even the brush strokes were full of confident grace. Wish you had stopped one step shy of blending that all away. It's just an opinion, but I'd like to see more of your speedpaints
I actually prefer the concept works here to the finished product, I think they are a lot more lively and more pleasing to the eye- the finished seems a bit overworked and too smooth.. also the focal point gets a little lost in all the fine detailing. Awesome colors and awesome concept, your loose work is very compelling.
Wow, how very interesting! I love seeing an artists workflow, and getting an idea of their mind, how they'd do things and how they see things. Very interesting! Thanks so much for sharing. Much appreciated
Amazing walktrough, thank you for sharing. It's nice to see all your ideas, mistakes and changes - from the start to final painting. It really showes, how much hard work and corrections good painting need.
This is an absolutely gorgeous painting. Thank you for posting this walkthrough.
The only thing I notice is that I don't really feel that the emotion carried through to the end. My first impression of the painting, along with its title, gave the feeling that she was bored, taking a break because she was lazy, perhaps. But looking at the earlier stages, I just love her expression. It really does carry the feeling of exhaustion and has a lot of emotion in it- disappointment, worked herself too hard, almost sad. I really wish you had carried that expression through to the end rather than change it- I feel the painting would have told more of a story that way and had more of an impact.
Still, the final result did come out gorgeous. I just love all of the detail and colors. Thanks again for posting this- the explanation of the reflection was especially helpful.