Hi! Pretty earthy, but borderline fire because it's so warm//the red.I'm not really getting dry from this. I mean she looks dry...like she's not soaking wet, but I think you could push that more. I think that seems to be a difficult one, because it's like...how the heck do you make a person look dry without making them look like a mummy. >:TIt's nice though!
This is really nice. The image is rendered extremely well. The color palette is a little unsettling, but I think it's because there aren't any cool tones to balance out the warm tones. I would have read fire instead of earth. Also, the texture in the background is a little too similar to that in the hat. I would stick a cool tone behind her to make the background fall away. She is painted really well but for me is overtaken by the background.
It's really nice seeing your process! you made her come out as very lifelike! Nice subtle shits in tones. I agree with Linda in that i'm getting fire from your color pallet. I'm not getting the dry either, her skin seems a bit too silky. Maybe if you added in some chalk or something to give a bit more of that effect. Overall, nice work!
i like that you used pink as a base color, it works really well to unify your colors, especially since it still peaks through in the final. one suggestion would be to get just a tiny bit more detailed in the eye area -- maybe add eyelashes or something? -- since that is a focal point
I do see earth in the shirt since its brown, but because you've got the pinkish red, it makes close to fire. I think you did a solid job at rendering this and the way you blended everything looks really nice. I think she could look drier though if you used some chalk or pastel to create some grain. I think some highlights would definitely help to pop her out more, too.
I really like your coloring. Especially in the close up shot it feels like real paint to me and I really like the how you've blended her skin tones together and her color palette.
I really like looking at your process shots, it is fun to see it go from the weird scribbly shading around the eyes and face, to suddenly having a lot of depth and volume. I get more of a fire vibe from this as well, especially with the emotional face that she is making and background color.
I really like how much care and detail you put into the face of this portrait. Everything in the face looks very smooth and makes it look more like a real person than just a drawing of one. I also like how well your colors complement each other. One thing that I think could be improved would be to add a little more detail to the hair. I think that would add to the realistic nature of the piece. Overall, though, I like this piece a lot, especially with how expressive she is.
I love the texture in this piece! It feels like an oil painting - really soft, but still with a lot of motion in your brush strokes. I love seeing how you got the texture in her hat and the background. I am unsure if I see Dry and Earth, but maybe it' just because she's still really vibrant. I guess I can see if she was part of the southwestern desert! Then I see the colors! I think you've done a great job bringing the whole piece up to the same level - all of the pieces of her face, hair, hat, bkgrd seem well integrated - both with color as well as texture and detail. THis is super fun! If you were to add anything, I'd say it would be cool to see you try one more layer of lights and darks - like - i could see you putting a couple hot highlights on her face! Great job!