The kitty is so cute. You blended all the colors in really well. I love how you combined soft blurry lines with the hard lines like in the ears and eyes. Maybe you could add a shine to the eyeball to give the eyes a little more depth.
Aww, this is super cute. You did an amazing job on the whiskers and ear hairs, as well as the tones on the kitty. I think adding one more layer of sharper detail on the fur would better help to tie your more detailed portions together, such as the nose, eyes, whiskers, etc. A small gleam or reflection in the eye would give this kitty a bit more life too. :)
I love how you've handled the softness of the fur - I particularly like where you used the wet oily brush on the top of the cat's head to blend the areas of stripes/ calico. I also think you've done a great job introducing a couple extra colors into the mix, - particularly in the cheeks and in the nose. I also like how your'e handling the chin area - where it recedes in space under the "Cat lips" on top. Love the softness of the ear hair as well, and it is really nice eot see crisp areas inside the eyes to juxtapose the rest of the piece .One thing I think could be cool is if you were to add a couple reas of sharp fly-away hairs, maybe to show light glinting off of a couple pieces - maybe on top of the forehead, or maybe where the eyebrow hairs would be? Also - it could be cool to also add a wet shine to the eyeballs so that they also look a tiny bit more round -that would be an easy thing to add! Just a subtle one! Really nice job with the medium. I think the tools you chose look great with the subject matter!
meow. very soft. very fluffy. good definition in the eyes. like it
Ohmygod this looks so fluffy and nice and soft and just ohmygod I want to pet this kitten. ADORABLE.I think you could pull a few more highlights out, though - especially in the eyes!
I'm still in love with how blendy this is, the way you've rendered the fur really makes the eyes and nose pop! The only think I think you could do to make this even better is to feather the edges of his catface- I think you're really close, especially on the top of his head, but just pushing it a bit more would make it feel really finished, in my opinion.