1. For each of the 20 first people answering this journal, I will put their avatar and the 3 deviations I like most from their gallery on the list!
2. If you're featured, you have to do the same in your journal, putting the tagger on the first place. The idea of this is not to get a free feature, it is to spread art around for everyone!
Notes from me:
1) I'm also going to try to include what I like about featured deviations later when I get home from school because who doesn't like feedback? 8D
2) No I'm not going to force you to do a journal if you really don't want too. It'd be nice though ^^
The concept of this is really cool! I love how all the fortunes from the cookie forms a dragon!
Totally has nothing to do w/ my recently revived obsession of elves, I swear. Featuring this one because it was done straight from her imagination and I like the way the plants are part of her hair as well Her eyes are mesmerizing as well.
Skilled in sculptures, too?! Look at all the detail put into the hair! The tree spirit design is cute and I like the flowers and bee added into the sculpture. Too see more pictures of the sculpture in detail, I suggest seeing her blog entry on it here: [link]
The colors and hands in the thumbnail caught my attention. The dark background makes Tarrlok stand out. I also like the foreshortening in this since we can see the the details of hands (such as the chipped nails) up closer. It adds on to the overall creepiness. Drawing hands in general are a challenge for most people but the proportions look pretty spot on!
I remember this assignment 8D Working on an inverted surface does wonders in making you think about light sources and values. The crosshatching technique is nicely done for creating those values and I like how bad-ass that guy looks lighting up his cigarette and firing his gun
"Bumi-rang" The concept could not get any more adorable. I like the simplicity of the flat coloring and the scribbly background. Like the Tarrlok one, the background helps bring the focus on Sokka and Bumi. The lines are also one of my favorite things about this picture because (besides being clean and smooth), the line weight in the picture still gives the characters a sense of form even though the colors are flat.