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desi0887 Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2012
Proprio una bella mano, complimenti!!
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DreamyNaria Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
wow !!!hai un gran talento e delle immagini bellissime !!
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aryundomiel Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
grazie :)
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sketches-lover Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2011
Ma sei bravissima!! Complimenti Hai uno stile fantastico!
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aryundomiel Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
grazie :)
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philipajsmarques Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2011
amazing gallery <3
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Valesco Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2011  Hobbyist
you`re very talented, especially when it comes to COLOURED artwork. For now I am hardly capable of drawing black-and-white portraits and I think it needs a lot more patience and power of observation when it comes to coloured portraits. I hope I will come to learn this one day, too ;).
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aryundomiel Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I began with black and white drawings. practising with this tecnique will help you learn how to draw shadows and light, which is very important when it comes to give a 3d effect to a drawing. when you'll learn how light and shadows work you'll surely be able to do some coloured stuff. my technique is colured pencils, but you will choose yours....and then paractice practice practice...and a lot of patience :)
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Valesco Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2011  Hobbyist
hmyeah, I know. I think I improved very much throughout the last years. I guess I simply must have the courage to try it once. My main problem has always been the choosing of colours (for the same piece of texture, for example, the skin in it's different tones due to light and shadow) . Somehow I am afraid of stark contrasts ;). I'll have to be more corageous to use more differing colours. Is there any advice you can give for choosing colours?
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aryundomiel Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
remember complementary colours yellow-blue black-white red-green ...
for the skin, well I always suggest, take a reference image and copy it, by copying other images you'll learn how all the colour system works. It's how I started, by copying, after a while you learn how the shadows works on the human anatomy and the different colours of skin according to the light.. for example with a warm light you have to use orange on and yellow to give a golden look to the skin, if the light is cold, try using only the cold tones and adding a bit of blue or purple to the shadows and so on
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