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Colour Collective Nougat

Posted Mar 25, 2019, 11:28:50 PM

So the color was a sort of taupe, and it made me think of milk tea lol.  In a more serious way, though, some story building for the future in the guise of a study on hands. Muidemi, my main character in the webcomic Matriarch I've been busy with, and Sibira kuni Kirev who is of her mother's people, and later becomes her second husband and one of her closest advisors. At this moment, she's realizing at the age of thirty she has no idea who's child she's carrying, and feels as though when she should have the answers in life she is beyond lost.  Despairing as she is coming to grips with the fact that her child will likely come soon, Sibira offers her comfort and support despite the turmoil between them in the preceeding months.

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  • Mar 26, 2019
    The lighting in this is superb, the beams of light from the corner create a sense of openness and warmth that add to the piece beautifully. The anatomy of the hands is wonderful, the curves and posture all feel so natural. The texture of the fur is detailed, I love how you can see it parting along the thick portions and converging at the divots. My only issue is the liquid- compared to everything else, it seems to have a matte finish- as a liquid, I'd expect it to have more reflecting light.
    • Jun 22, 2019
      I agree completely. ^^^
      • Jun 22, 2019
        Thanks so much DragonLadyBarbour! Because you commented, I noticed I had a comment on this in the first place. Thanks for the tip, I will keep it in mind the next time!
    • Jun 22, 2019
      Oh my gosh, some how I missed your comment, MaskedDragonNamedLin! Thank you so much for the feedback and compliments, I've never drawn liquid like this before, but will keep that in mind for the future. I guess I focused on trying to get the feeling of depth within the cup instead.
      • Jul 25, 2019
        That's very fair, the piece came out very well, and it makes sense knowing that you were focusing on a different aspect of the cup.