Thursday, January 25, 2007

Jamie Sommers


Anonymous Lou Mareno said...

Need some time on this one ....I'll get back to you.....Lou

BTW beuatiful drawing.....

5:36 AM, January 25, 2007  
Anonymous cesar said...

This is another example of too much white. If you look at the face, there is the same amount of white on the forehead as there is on the chin and as there is from one cheek to the other. The end result is a very flat looking face which is further flattened by the Egyption hyrogliph style eyes. If you are looking at a photo to do this you may feel that you are accurately reproducing what is there but you have to consider that in your drawing you may have to push some things and pull back other to sell the same image. Although I am sure her face was well lit, I am certain that you could break it down to see the different tones and how you can recreate those to help form the shapes of the face. You should avoid just filling in the whites of the eyes with...white. Even though that is what color they are primarily, there is alot more going on like tiny blood vesels, reflections on color on the wet surface and the receiving of shadows from eye lashes, eye lids and the round shape itself. You should scale back the use of white in the eye and just use it to emphasize some specularity on the round surface.

11:50 AM, January 25, 2007  

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