WIP Together - looking for some feedback
Hi, this is my first time posting here and also my first time wanting to take art in the contest. And, I really would like to get some feedback. As I had some problems with getting the account to work, the illustrations I share are more finished than I intended to. Basically here are 3 different ideas and I would like to know in which direction you think is better. And then what you would change / improve ...
Thank you for taking the time, looking and giving some feedback.
Asyas_illos last edited by
I am loving your last image. I think it’s got great composition and I like how you. Made a project out of it with the title and all. I don’t have any negative critique it’s fantastic
@powsupermum thank you for your feedback, you are so nice.
Really if you see anything, I would be quite happy to improve it.
And: I just got another feedback from a friend, how said I should go for picture number 2 as the topic is quite subtle, but still very obvious. And that that was quite charming.... hmm.. Now I don't know which one to choose... But I think at least the 1st is out, as no-one said anything about that and i realised that it is more "alone" than together. maybe I could change it by making the girl happy, which I will do, but probably not for the contest...
Hi, I did some small updates on the both of the Illustrations that I consider to hand in later today. Any last feedback last minute improvements, or which I should choose?
Thanks for your feedback!
Kim Rosenlof last edited by
I really like your style and color palette! I think they are both nice. I personally prefer the composition of the Keep your distance one, but both are nice. Here are some minor suggestions. The illustration where the child blowing bubbles has some tangents:
- where the knee touches the orange chalk child almost makes it like the chalk drawing is standing on the boy's knees.
- The bottom bubble is lined up with the bottom of the door.
- The hair is almost lined up with the bottom of the brick wall.
I love the chalk drawings, they are very fun!