as always beautiful work. the eyes are just lovely so are her lips. the detailing of the eyes steal all your attention when you see this picture, magical talent
but i think a little bit detailing added would've made this a more beautiful work. detailing of the skin and hairline would've made it better. i did see her picture and she is flawless. and your work is damn good too and these are just my suggestions
i envy you , your talent to picture a person, to give life to that picture is so damn good. keep up the good work.
I'm not really sure what's going on in the comments but I LOVE the geometrical shapes. I think it's really unique and really makes it YOUR art. I love every single bit of it, in each of your paintings, and I don't believe they take away from the painting at all.
Although I understand previous critiques regarding the use of geometric shapes, I disagree with darkening or emphasizing them. As used, they add texture and contour to her body without being overbearing.
Automatically attention draws to her eyes, which in my humble opinion is as it should be. The essence of every person is discovered within their eyes. The definition of her nose and lips complete the face while faint traces of her hair and front torso give borders of her body to reflect on without without immediately noticing them.
In her eyes, I see an innocence that reflects her young years; however, I also see a willingness to look ahead which is drawn from hope and positiveness versus permitting darkness to shadow over her.
Captivating. Subtle. Thought-provoking. Well done!
If you don't mind me asking, what do you use to create the crisp, white lines in the painting? Like the ones that are used to outline the triangles. I've been trying to find something that works but can't seem to make it work as well!
I agree with Sedarati about the geometrical shapes. Honestly i just think they need more attention. They are already distracting enough to draw your eyes away from her face, you may as well use that to your advantage, i would suggest giving more of the page to them and the further you moved from the face the darker and more vibrant they grow. I say this because the way that they are soft colors and tones makes them look nicely joined with her face but the lack of contrast throughout the piece makes it sort of boring overall (or flat). Her eyes are lovely and, because of the contrast and vibrant colors, really the only thing worth looking at on the page at this point.
I do really like the shapes as an addition to your style, very creative way to add personality and differentiate yourself. could use some work of course but it looks nice.