Well, this is the final result everyone! I really hope you like it, I worked hard on it~ It doesn't look as good as I wanted it, but I am satisfied with it. Plus it made me super happy to work on it. Besides, it is my very first watercolor painting after all, I think I did well for my first time~ I just hope everyone else is satisfied as well!
Anyway, it would mean a lot if I could get lots of feedback on my first warercolor painting so please comment. And also, thanks so much just for viewing, it means a lot just to have people look at my art, thank you!
So as it is per usual, we all love to try new art styles. This piece, show cases a lovely connection to the title chosen by the artist, re-establishing the connection to the lifelike imagery. Although the Artist states that they didn't get to do all they wanted with the piece, done of us really ever do, and they shouldn't under play what they've done. Taking into consideration that this is the Artist first time using this style of art, it's important to recognize that although all art is yours and you can do what you want with it; remember to take into consideration that there is a particular style that accompanies the given style. Etc. Everything has a nice flow to it, yet there are a few places where there are some blockier lines cut against the flowing curved ones. The piece its self upon closer consideration, seemingly get more spectacular every time I glance over at it. It features, If I'd be so bold, a girl that perhaps craves and call for attention, yet among the spindles and zero g/ reverse gravity, we see an odd dark side of longing linger-ism.
Mind you this is just my ramblings; uneditited and from my heart: Yet don't take them to yours. Keep on Painting the way you want, love what you do, and Keep up the good work eh. -TKS
I love how it looks, very well done. But, the gap between her collarbones could stand to be more narrow, otherwise, she's fairly proportional. The eyes are very glossy, I like that a lot. She looks so sad too, in a very strong way. Her nose is a bit small though, but that does not need to be fixed unless you want your drawing to look more realistic. The mouth is proportioned well to the eyes, it looks good. The hair could stand to be closer to the head though, since hair does that unless it's in pigtails that are held in with very thick holder of some sort, or if that's just that way her hair is. All in all, a very nice drawing. Keep on going with the painting, it looks very good.