Thank you for 100,000 views! I really appreciate all of you. It means so much to me that you guys supported me all this way and all these years!!
I really wanted to finish this piece even though at times it seemed hopeless. At first this art work was almost incorrigible because I didn't know my perspective well enough to figure out how to lean her body forward, or the wolf's anatomy of the head, or her arms holding the spears, etc. My friend kept telling me to give up on it, but the vision in my head for this piece was too strong to give up. I'll probably post up my miserable art process for this piece later, but for now enjoy! lol. I'm really glad it turned out the way it did, because I rarely do backgrounds for my art. So please comment or fave or tell me something of what you think!
Thank you again for all the support! YOU GUYS ARE AWESOME!
Breath taking and thought envoking. It makes me tear up at the memory of sitting in my living room and watching Princess Mononoke for the first time at one o'clock in the morning. It was one of the better portraits of this wild child and one of the best that I've seen in a long time. There are minor mistakes, but all are so minor that it seems unnoticable. The wolf's eyes pierce into you as if it were real and that causes wonderous emotion through any viewer of this masterpiece. This are belongs in a museum. Keep with your artisitic path, you are truely gifted.
When I was little I used to watch this movie all the time, and it's still a favorite of mine. When I first saw the picture, the very first thing that caught my eye was the beauty of the wolf and lovely Mononoke riding. They are both very well done and show a feral elegance. Basically, I love it <3 Absolute love. And if anything were to be looked at for improvement, I would simply suggest the spirits and a bit on her face. That aside, it's a very beautiful picture. I am excited to see more of your work.
I really like this shot. If you still have your digital file, and your shades are on a separate layer, try to tint them blue/purple. I think you'll find it makes the skin come to life, so to speak, instead of grey. Loving her expression.
This piece is GORGEOUS!! The shading is fantastic, the colors superb, the perspective is amazing! this is sheer awesome, there really are no other words to describe this. Her expression is fierce and powerful, the wolfs eyes are piercing, this is really amazing!! I love this!
OMG! Princess Mononoke! I remembered when my dad first rented this movie...I was like...6. I couldn't handle the pure awesome (and scariness) of the movie at such a young age for me. I wussed out and went to bed early. I love this!
i love this! the wolfes eyes really stand out! and you did a great job on the background, i especialy like the tiny details of those dots every ware! what brush/texture settings did you use for the fur and clothes?