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    ART HELP! (Sorry for all caps)

    Discussion in 'General Writing' started by GuardianWynn, Jun 15, 2015.

    An Artist is doing a drawing for me. Something looks off but we(me and the artist) can't tell what.

    Can anyone spot what is off? I would really appreiate it. :D

    http://i.imgur.com/527rVVT.jpg
    Art being done.

    http://andromon1217.deviantart.com/art/Victoria-405891135

    http://andromon1217.deviantart.com/art/Valorie-406264058

    The characters that are supposed to be in the art being done.

    Sorry if this wasn't the proper section. The artist was waiting and I know you guys are awesome enough to be able to help! :D
     
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    Not sure if I'm just a pervert, but in this image http://i.imgur.com/527rVVT.jpg the girl on the right's chest looks a little weird. She's not 'cutting into' the space of the other character, enough - if that makes sense?

    Also, the nose and eyes of the background character look different to those in her portrait (http://andromon1217.deviantart.com/art/Valorie-406264058). As such, she looks much younger and more generically cute - like the character's little sister or something.

    Sorry if that wasn't particularly helpful! Not sure how else to explain it.
     
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    All insight is helpful!

    The one I thought looked more off was the other one. Victoria. Especally in the face. I just not sure why. Do you have any ideas?
     
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    Again, she looks younger. She's wearing a shirt instead of the long trench coat thing, her facial features are softer and her jaw isn't as pronounced. Her eyebrows are a prominent feature of the portrait, but are a minor note in the duo shot.
    Victoria looks older and sharper, basically. To me, anyway :p

    Edit: Meant to say, notes aside - the artist is amazing! S/he is very talented, good find :)
     
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    I've had a look. FWIW, I think a lot of the character is shown in the tension/movement and the eyes in the individual drawings, and there is no movement to use in the double pose and the eyes seem flat. Victoria's eyes in the double look more similar to Valorie's from the single drawing. There is also jaw and cheek detail in the singles that isn't in the double which will affect how they appear; no face is ever that straight on that there is no shadow of one or the other.
     
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    A friend of mine was saying that the flat problem is because it is still a draft and they hadn't shaded it properly yet. Because they were trying to get the outline right before shading. Would you agree?

    http://i.imgur.com/4wBs69l.jpg
    Any better you think?
     
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    Yes. And they've changed the nose, a bit fuller round the jawline? Victoria's much more recognisable and distinct.
     
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    Yeah! I am a bad judge. Thank you for the help
     

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