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deafdog
03-19-2001, 10:47 PM
Horse done in pencil, no referance photo.


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Roan
03-20-2001, 07:05 AM
Deafdog,

This is very nice for having been done without a reference photo. Hard to offer suggestions as I'm not sure what you intend to portray here -- are your drawings leaning more towards the illustrative type (such as those found in picture books, cartoons, etc.,) or are you striving for realism?

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deafdog
03-20-2001, 07:46 AM
I would love to get the realism affect but I tend to end up with more illustrative results, which is fine as long as people enjoy them. Im practicing everyday though, may get that realistic effect down someday.

Roan
03-20-2001, 09:57 AM
Illustration is an open-ended product and, as I'm sure you've realized, whatever appeals to people, works. Very hard to critique that type of art.

Now, if it's realism you'd like help with, well, we can do that! Just say the word http://www.wetcanvas.com/ubb/smile.gif



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RoanStudio.com (http://RoanStudio.com) &lt;--- supply resources for pastelists!