Friday, December 31, 2010

Happy Holidays!

I am happy to say that I have a revised illustration to display for everyone! I have been taking a break and trying to recover from this past semester. Yesterday I had the desire to fix my snowflake girl and here she is! I made the extensions from her body bigger so you can see them, rotated the snowflake for design interest, and lots of other tweaking. I hope you all are having a wonderful holiday! Happy New Year!


Chrissy Coonradt said...

Love the revisions!! You are so talented!

Anonymous said...

Nice work.


Try rotating the lady about 22 degrees (1/8th of a circle) clockwise; this should make her look less bent back. It also makes her seem more joyous/exuberant, as a leaping dancer.

Real snowflakes have six equally-spaced arms. If you revise the snowflake to make it anatomically correct, it might open up the composition, making it seem less crowded.

I tweaked your image to give you an idea of what I suggest.

Katie Bevan said...

Thanks for the suggestions! I appreciate any and all advice I get to help me improve my art.
Who may I thank that helped me?