The perspective on this is amazing. I love how you did the necklace, the beads progressively becoming smaller. You are very skilled at colored pencils. The fabric of her shirt looks very realistic. The texture is perfect. Everything is shaded beautifully. Maybe some of her facial features seem a tad bit too harsh or sharp, like around her nose and mouth, but it depends on the look you were going for. The face is beautiful, it just looks sharper than the rest of the drawing, but maybe you did that to add emphasis on perspective. I love how all of the fabric flows in this drawing and also her hair. It looks so natural and flawless. I love the warmth in her skin tones in contrast with the cooler colors used. Amazing job!
I think the anatomy was perfect, just could use a little softening. It almost seems cubist the way it is now because of the sharpness, which is not bad at all. You have got skills, my friend! If faces are your biggest challenge, then I would feel really proud of my work if I were you. If you ever want to critique my work, I would really appreciate it (totally optional of course)! Your work is so ambitious. Not many people try to tackle so many challenges in one piece.... here you have anatomy... fabric draping... perspective.... texture....emotion....damn haha
Thank you so much! Yeah, I totally agree with you. Skin tone has always been the hardest thing for me to do. I need to lay off the yellows and orange a bit. It took me a bit over 2 months to do this ^_^ I did it for my AP Studio Art Portfolio~
I don't use any of that stuff--I don't think they work very well. I just use lots and lots of overlapping layers until the color blends the way I want it to For example, I used over 10 different colors for the hair and it took about 25 layers~