Ich versuche die Serie in dem Stil beizubehalten, dass ich die Linearts traditionell zeichne und mit Computer koloriere.
Hier die farbige Version.
A new pic of the Traumafable-Tales, which was written by my wonderful husband. Here you can see the protagonist Wifan with four wolfs and a blood-moth - These symbols play an important role in the stories.
I try to use the style for the whole series. I´ll color my traditional made linearts by using Photoshop and my beloved Cintiq. <3
Hope you like it : )
Here the colored version.
annnd in black-white:
¡Por favor, queremos ver más trabajos tuyos en el grupo!
Please, We want to see more works in the group of you!
you have done a really great work in both the line art and the color work. talking about color
I have to say that you have accomplish a really nice and beautiful job with it.
~amazing job and keep it up
Well o.o unlucky fellow
I am glad the deatails dont eat the main focus.
You are absolutely right with the hand. I wanted to make her expression more expressive and cramped, but I probably exaggerated a bit : ' D
Hi! I see that you've requested critique on this piece, and I'm here to give you one
This is a lovely piece! I like how you surrounded the moth with an 'aura' that's opposite in color from the one surrounding Wifan and the wolves; her mostly earthy color scheme contrasts against the bold, red and black colors of the moth, and I feel that the scene represents that a major change is about to happen in her life.
It's really hard to find a suggestion for such a well-drawn, well-colored piece. So I'm going to nitpick a bit. I think that there's some tension in Wifan's hand poses, as in they're not poses that one could hold comfortably for a period of time. For example, for her right hand, I'd expect her thumb and pointer to be spread farther apart, to make it easier for her to grasp the moth (something like the bottom left pose in this reference). The angle of her left hand also looks a bit off, with her fingers being angled sharply downwards while her palm looks flat.
Hope this helps, and keep up the wonderful work!
You are absolutely right with the hands.
I wanted to make her expression more expressive and cramped, something between horror and fascination but I probably exaggerated a bit : ' D
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