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If I see anything "off", it would be just a tad too low (more space needed) at the bottom. But that can easily be fixed with framing.
There is so much going on, one can spend hours having a great time! And in my opinion it is very well done technically. So no real critique from me; I believe it is amazing!
The composition, the style, the contrasting black/whites.. all good.
What medium did you use on the background?
[the border around does seem tiny, but if it's at least half an inch space, then matting & framing would not be a problem].
The pic at the bottom was me playing with photoshop and yeah i made it look worse when i see the 2 together, i should just crop and thats it.
It is too low at the bottom and that was a real stupid mistake to make, seeing i did the crock first and would have had a nice clean fresh head when i started.
Ahh it was done in black indian ink with dip pens, and the white is just the papper (archers thick water colour paper smooth). background was done with two small brushes a real small one to go in and around the objects (that was no fun, but not everything in art should be enjoyable?).
there is about a 1cm gap from the edge, (should i leave more? I dont know anything about framing but some day in the future me or sombody might want to frame my work)
Thanks again, i have learned 2 things, (better position and leave more of a edge)
leighquigg wrote: (that was no fun, but not everything in art should be enjoyable?).
I couldn't agree more! There are always those very trying times that get you from one point of 'Labor' to a respectable finished product. There really are no fruits without labor.
wow, Carson thanks a billion, never heard of Beardsley before and after checking out your link, I did a google search, and really liked what I seen, joining this site has paid off.
leighquigg wrote: joining this site has paid off.
It always does!
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