Just wanted to share. Just a drawing i wanted to share I would appreciate any feedback to make other future drawings better.
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Just a drawing i wanted to share I would appreciate any feedback to make other future drawings better

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Submitted: 05/25/2013
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#11 - azyzil (05/25/2013) [-]
User avatar #12 - ltdduffbeer (05/25/2013) [-]
Those are some crooked-ass teeth I say.
User avatar #33 - pockyrin (05/26/2013) [-]
Her eye is too far up on her head. Also, don't avoid drawing things that you do badly, like the other eye, hands etc. I never bothered to draw hands and so whilst my eye for the rest of the body improved, I never improved hands because I hid them. Practice the symmetry while everything is at the start or it will look weirder later.
#14 - sharlibri (05/25/2013) [-]
**sharlibri rolled a random image posted in comment #3686600 at MMORPG ITEM COLLECTIVE EXPERIENCE **   
Draw me like one of your French girls.
**sharlibri rolled a random image posted in comment #3686600 at MMORPG ITEM COLLECTIVE EXPERIENCE **
Draw me like one of your French girls.
#8 - ranmikisudia (05/25/2013) [-]
this looks great, but i'd suggest working on shading bone structure a bit. keep up the good work!
#35 - mattdoggy ONLINE (05/26/2013) [-]
>the face seems anatomically incorrect, although it could just be a long faced girl   
   
>the shadow at the top of the noses bridge connects to the shadow from the hair in an odd way   
   
>the lines on the teeth are slanted a little much   
   
>the highlight point on the bottom left side of her eye could be a little heavier   
   
>there is a neck line on the right side of the image but not the right   
   
>the few stray hairs at the upper left side that flow up and left in a straight line break the wavy downward flow you had going   
   
>the highlight flares on the nostrils was a bit much   
   
>anatomically, the eyebrow would suggest a more aggressive attitude and would cause cheek bone muscles to be shaped differently and cause different shadows   
   
>pupil seems a little big   
   
All in all though, i like it. It is composed nicely and i you were very careful with your line choice. I enjoy your mostly minimalist style while conquering a wide range of tones. The range of line thickness and curves was impressive. You also appear to have great line control. I'm also impressed by your anatomical mastery when looking at the lines on the right side of the face around the cheek and eye. I also appreciate the detail on the eye, absolutely love the lashes. I am also fond of what you did with the hair and the minimalist style you chose for that. I'd give this a B+ and would put it on my wall if i knew the person in it. Keep doing what you're doing
>the face seems anatomically incorrect, although it could just be a long faced girl

>the shadow at the top of the noses bridge connects to the shadow from the hair in an odd way

>the lines on the teeth are slanted a little much

>the highlight point on the bottom left side of her eye could be a little heavier

>there is a neck line on the right side of the image but not the right

>the few stray hairs at the upper left side that flow up and left in a straight line break the wavy downward flow you had going

>the highlight flares on the nostrils was a bit much

>anatomically, the eyebrow would suggest a more aggressive attitude and would cause cheek bone muscles to be shaped differently and cause different shadows

>pupil seems a little big

All in all though, i like it. It is composed nicely and i you were very careful with your line choice. I enjoy your mostly minimalist style while conquering a wide range of tones. The range of line thickness and curves was impressive. You also appear to have great line control. I'm also impressed by your anatomical mastery when looking at the lines on the right side of the face around the cheek and eye. I also appreciate the detail on the eye, absolutely love the lashes. I am also fond of what you did with the hair and the minimalist style you chose for that. I'd give this a B+ and would put it on my wall if i knew the person in it. Keep doing what you're doing
#21 - software (05/25/2013) [-]
no offence but unless its something ridiculously good i have no idea why your putting this on FUNNYjunk save that **** for facebook, ive stuff as good as this but im not posting just like all the other people
#13 - zotico (05/25/2013) [-]
Nice, but we do have an art board for a reason.
User avatar #41 - myrtille ONLINE (05/26/2013) [-]
not trying to be rude but
deviantart.com
User avatar #34 - groundzero (05/26/2013) [-]
Draw her full body.
#42 - lemonaid (05/26/2013) [-]
Just wanted to share
#37 - CaptainPugwash (05/26/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Fine, if this is DeviantArt now, I'll post **** that I've drawn.
#26 - spoogeyboi (05/26/2013) [-]
Good job OP. Really amazing drawing you got there.
#44 - hitlersoneballsack (05/26/2013) [-]
suppose I might share
#40 - WimTehNecro (05/26/2013) [-]
I drew dis
#25 - Womens Study Major (05/26/2013) [+] (2 replies)
noce crooked
you were too lazy and only drew one eye
why are the upper lips so wrinkly/dry?
you have no idea of proportions
her nose is awful, it starts under her eyes
the chin is gigantic
the yebrows look like bar-codes

> 2/10 stop wasting paper
User avatar #39 to #38 - dunkleosteus (05/26/2013) [-]
if every critic had to be a master at what they were critiquing, only famous directors would rate movies, only famous painters would judge art, only olympic metalists could give scores at the olympics. It doesn't take a good hand to judge art, only a good eye.

He's perfectly justified to have a negative opinion.
#7 - wadaap (05/25/2013) [-]
Keep up the good work
Keep up the good work
User avatar #5 - rufless (05/25/2013) [-]
as a fellow 'artist' I'll recommend what I do (that you could find your own way of doing)

shade her bone structure more, I always find myself doodling skulls and while that is the furthest away from a drawing of a pretty lady, a pretty lady has a bone structure too.
Seeing as you're going for a somehwat realistic look, you could try give her forehead more tone to stick out and her eye pits more tone. One of these days if you'd like I could show you an example of what I mean if this is too difficult to understand.


Also don't be afraid to tone more, with more tone comes more detail
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User avatar #20 - tosado (05/25/2013) [-]
They eyes look too empty. I don't feel anything when looking into the eyes.
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