Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Sole, Luna, e Talia

Ronnie told me to do illustrations for Sleeping Beauty, so I'm doing the 1643 original version and it's much darker than the Disney version. This is where the king calls together his astrologers and they prophesy that Talia, the "heroine's" name, will be endangered by flax seed.

I was told that with a little more definition in the hair, this is done. I don't think I agree, but what do you think?


Hunter said...

I can agree with that statement.

But, I think at times the excessive amount of 'paper tone' left visible gives the implication that it's not finished. Adding to the hair will probably fix that, right?

Melissa Ling said...

I agree. I love the tones in this piece a lot, but the fact that the bg and the hair share a similar tone makes it hard to differentiate between the two.

The dark blue and the pink color go together really nicely. The ring of the more saturated blue is a little distracting. It's where my eye goes immediately.

folderol said...

Yeah I agree. That's the part that bothers me most. I'm gonna end up going back in a lot more and finishing it the way I had originally intended, but with some of the pink still showing through. Thanks guys.

Joy Pierce said...

i'm so proud of you, kevin.


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