So i tried to push the light and contrast in this. I'm not sure, is it too much now?
Already postet in in the contest thread but maybe i can repost it if you think it got worse :D
I see so many great kraken pics here already!
This one is my Octopus icecream business :) I got inspired by the "Draw 50 things" challenge, so i wanted to create a very detailed illustration.
I hope I could push this piece a little further thanks to some critique on the forum. <3
Thank you both very much. Yess, i agree, the blurring out could be nice, but then you can´t recognize the things anymore.
Great idea with the colors and some more intense lighting, I will totally improve this! :)
Hey there :)
I would be very happy about some critique of my artwork for both challenges.
Can you recognize 50 things or do i need more?
Is the Octopus the focal point of the picture?
What else can I improve, for example regarding lighting, colors or textures?
I'm happy about every feedback!
Its awesome to see your work in progress as well and share mine with you :)
Seems like there is no thread about this class at the moment so i think we could start a new one.
Wanted to share my "dream portfolio" as a homework for the video about finding your own style.
My dream portfolio would be about digital illustration and character design, since I would love to do paintings for card games like Hearthstone and other illustration parts of video games.
For me it was a very helpful lecture because it always bothered me that everyone tells you "your style will just come naturally". I am able to draw in several styles but end up many times with pretty faces only. I noticed quiet a difference between my own work and the one I love the most and it motivates me pursue these examples and bring more consistency to my portfolio.
Have some of you done this homework too? What did you learn from it and do you have any more strategies in finding your style? :)