Critiques for a Facebook LIVE in February
Will Terry last edited by Will Terry
If you've been a frequent visitor/contributor to these forums you know I give free critiques from time to time and post the draw overs here in the forum.
I'd like to do the next round in a facebook LIVE event to promote my upcoming Draw50things paid critiques.
If you would like to participate simply upload an illustration you would like critiqued in that LIVE event. The art needs to be finished and needs to be a narrative illustration but it does NOT need to be a draw50things assignment. It could be from a children's book project or other narrative. It could be a personal portfolio piece as well.
*I will keep all of the critiques anonymous and can blur our your signature if you'd like.
I'll probably critique 5- 10 images in my Facebook LIVE next month. I'm asking now so I have images to critique when I'm ready. I'll pick images that I think will help me explain some of the concepts I'd like to teach. I probably won't be able to critique all of them. I'll announce the time and date when we get closer and I'll update this thread with that information. If we get enough images I might do more than one event.
Thank you in advance for agreeing to let me use your work to help everyone!
Chip Valecek last edited by
@will-terry you can have your pick and either or both of these if they fit your needs. Thanks!
@chip-valecek Thank you Chip - really appreciate it! These are really fun and I think we can do some great things with them!
bdyanne last edited by
rcartwright last edited by
Hi Will hope you can use this
EunJi Jung last edited by EunJi Jung
I have so many works that need some good advice, but I picked these for now :D
It would be so honoured if I get critiqued!
Diego_BioSteam last edited by Diego_BioSteam
Cool! Here are two illustrations that I would like some critique if possible. They are not digital, tho.
The first one was done with the draw 50 things challenge in mind, but I didn't achieve the 50 things. The second one (done after I learned "how to ink" with Jake Parker) is for a story that I am trying to write and illustrate as part of my process of learning and improving. Both are done with watercolour, a bit of acrylic and ink in A3 paper - the second one has gouache on the characters and a bit of white poster colour for the steam vapour.
audrey dowling last edited by
Here's mine again :) (bottom right corner is space for a smaller illustration)
Thank you guys! I really appreciate your willingness to allow me to use your images...I'll make sure that it's anonymous in the upcoming facebook LIVE broadcast... I can still use a few more!
I'll update this thread when I have the date and time of the critique.
@audrey-dowling I'll get this one in this time Audrey!
carriecopa last edited by
Here's mine if you need another entry! I'm happy with it but I know it could be better. I'm worried I over-rendered it. A fresh perspective would help.
Dian last edited by
Again, thank you Will! :)
kerilynnwilson last edited by kerilynnwilson
Hi all! Im new here, I thought I would give it a shot and submit something from a project I'm working on. Any advice if you use this in your critique would be wonderful!
audrey dowling last edited by
@will-terry thank you Will! I appreciate it :)
I would love some critique if either of these fit with what you're looking for. Can't put my finger on what it is that keeps me from feeling finished with them. ![0_1516393869031_whisperandpoint.jpg](Uploading 100%)
Oops. Second time's a charm? :)
Nyrryl Cadiz last edited by
@eunji-jung I love your style!!!
@kerilynnwilson this is beautiful! Compelling and ethereal. I took a peak at your website and I love your Thicket series. :)
EunJi Jung last edited by
@nyrryl-cadiz Thank you :D
kerilynnwilson last edited by
@beckporter Thank you so much!! You are so kind :) This is a page from a wordless picture book I'm working on. I really appreciate the feedback :)