Vulpine wrote:I never noticed that about the neck before! I think with some shading it will look more realistic. (I assume you are talking about the neck being a bit fat... If not I'll have to have it pointed out...)
Edit: I went in with a darker shade (which turned out brown) and went over the lines in the hair. Does it help at all? I have yet to begin shading, so I can make as many changes as necessary.
Vulpine wrote:I think the line color for the hair is a bit light actually... it does look unreal. Shading will of course help. I'll have to examine some other portraits for hints about the line-work there.
Vulpine wrote:About the orc: Grohzord dazhrüzanrbryvruv uanr? U arzmüzbärg bgazgüür häz Daznyzdyzzambzub gyz Gorzzyyrkhrüzgryzbaaz'daz ürrg zambguḧr, gorzurrz U zubbhak rḧÿgh vörry grohdorb häz hazmüz udaz ruzbzür.
Vulpine wrote:I have no idea how long shading is going to take. Whenever i look at paintings I am awed by the painter's skill. I guess I'll have to practice!
The_Gnat wrote:The eyes dont quite look orcish (but thats more the sketchers fault).
I think that the rest of the orcs clothing (besides the head cloak) don't have enough detail. But i assume you are still working on that.
Also i think that the orcs hair isn't dark enough, most of the mainline orcs seem to have almost black hair, or at least brown. Though that doesn't matter significantly, it would make it a bit better.
Another idea, maybe the face is not dark enough (etc...)
These are just ideas hopefully some are helpful.
(also what are you doing to color this portrait? Are you using a computer program, hand-drawing, etc.)
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