posted on May, 11 2013 @ 09:15 PM
Originally posted by thegoods724
really people I know you want to be nice and supportive of what she does, but that art is not good. I say this only because it frustrating to get
stuck in actual art classes with these people, and come out with only a grade higher, knowing full and well your art is 10x better than theirs. You
need to lose the lines, figure out transitions in shading which create the line you make. For example the jaw lines on the faces, is should be a
shade difference that creates the appearance of a jaw line not a line in itself. If that explains what I mean. Anyways kudos for sharing and stick
with the art. But don't expect to go anywhere with it and please don't get into actual college classes until your at least 5x better.
Sorry for the truth everyone else is to afraid to say.
edit on 11-5-2013 by thegoods724 because: (no reason given)
You'd better not be an art teacher...
Sounds like you missed the point...
...incidentally, re: line work...
Scope the surface of a flat plane, and tell me what you 'see'...chances are, you will see a line (when looking across it)...2D representation relies
on tricking the eye (and therefore the brain) into 'seeing' 3dimensionality...a line is a legitimate way to represent this (shading, being made by
many lines)...shading is more appropriate for describing light/dark areas (but not exclusively)...it is the 'quality' of the line that renders it
more, or less faithful (this, of course, when trying to describe in a one to one relationship (incidentally, moot...since the fashion in which the
information reaches the brain is far from one to one))...
5x better, 10x better?!...how would you measure this?
I say, keep up the good work...