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Are you enjoying the time of EVE? by Ominako
by Ominako

This drawing is vey good and almost a carbon copy of your reference wich is fine if that was your goal... My biggest advice would be fo...



I really love to do art to people for free . I am a law student so I really don't need art to make a living :p. Don't worry comissions aren't coming anytime soon :D.

But even thought I don't like to charge and love to do art for free   I also like to do good stuff that you will enjoy as much as I do making it. However I feel my art isn't at that level, I wan''t to improve  for that reason I am temporally closing requests until I make another "big" leap with my skills.

I want to improve my skills before opening requests . I promise I will make again free request to whoever asks me to do one again. But for now I just don't thing anyone (including me) will enjoy my current quality level as much as if I improved more.

I will only finish the pending ones until further notice :(

---Pending Requests----

Stay tunned when I improve myself I will do your request free of charge and doing my best :D

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Artist | Hobbyist | Traditional Art
I am CHRISIAN newbie Mexican artist and a law student. This drawing thing has become a bit of an obssesion for me.

But even with my lack of talent I simply love drawing an gettin better everyday :) and everything I do is for the glory of GOD.

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achipps Apr 4, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
A lot of times when I have a few minutes to draw I draw faces like this:

The links are to see the animation of progress of one face years ago when I didn''t plan anything an made a lot of mistakes, but you might learn a little from how I painted the colors and shades.
I use a soft brush because it can paint heavy in the middle and very little towards the outer edge. This makes shading easy.
The hardest faces for me is faces with a lot of light and very little difference in colors and shades. The wrong shade in the wrong place no matter how small changes the shape of the face.

I know artist that made small features of a persons face stand out more. For that person that is like making a zit look worse than it is.
Learning to work with colors and shades by very lighting adding a touch of red, black, white, and yellow to get the right colors as what you see in a face will help your eye learn colors and see more.
You learn to see what color needs to be added and how much to match colors you see perfect.
So it is no doubt a great way to learn more about colors, mixing, shading, lighting, and how to use the brushes to control every tiny bump and dip facing the viewer, because colors and lighting is the only thing that can tell us depth and textures.
Thank you for the fave on my KRITA stamp! :)
MYTHICSONOFGOD Mar 5, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
KaizenKitty Feb 19, 2014  Student Writer
Hey, if you're still interested, (… ),

Orson Scott Card's Characters and Viewpoint: how to invent, construct and animate vivid, credible characters and choose the best eyes through which to view the events of your short story or novel" is your best bet. (paperback -- your local bookstore)
MYTHICSONOFGOD Feb 23, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
forgot to thank you... so thank you very much!
KaizenKitty Feb 24, 2014  Student Writer
Wow! Thanks for the fave and the +Watch! <3 I really appreciate the support, and I love your gallery too! Especially a lot of the My Little Pony art work that you have in there~ <3 (I adore that series.)

God bless!!!!
Mushkikizou-chan Jan 12, 2014  Student Digital Artist
thanks for the watch o.o
MYTHICSONOFGOD Jan 20, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
you're welcome I fell in love with your art style :)
Mushkikizou-chan Jan 20, 2014  Student Digital Artist
;A; thanks
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