Too posh for crime?
6 months ago
These past few sketch posts of yours have been fantastic!
Gee thanks @Virginia! Honestly though, I'm trying to find a balance between the two styles, one too sparse, the other too rendered. Perhaps this can be solved digitally though… Still experimenting :)
I have been having a similar issue btwn pencil rendering and contour lines with ink - let me know your solution, lol I may have to borrow it! :)
@Virginia Sounds like a plan :D
Superb my dear MB!
Thanks @Gert :D
Does there have to be a balance? I think pushing both styles to their limits would be a better path, one that might naturally converge. I actually look forward to seeing both forms in your shots.
Thanks so much for the feedback @Oleg! You may be right. The only way to find out is to keep working :)
nice job! ;)
Thank you @Ehsan :)
Both are equally good even though they're different! Even the more minimal style of the portrait looks to have a lot of lovely detail in it. And the more rendered scene makes me want to know what she's up to.......
Wow, thanks so much for the feedback @Laurie! I think she is definitely up to something!
by Melissa Brunet
Decided to go for the complex full render. The real mystery: will I survive?
6 months ago
Je voulais jetez un oeil a vos création , et j'adore celui ci Melissa.
Merci beaucoup @JC ! C'est trop gentil :)
Full illustration attached. To see the whole process + more zooms, check out the post on my blog.
4 months ago
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