Got inspiration from Yoshitaka Amano's work
Realmente hermosa como expresiva. Gracias por compartir tan bella imagen Sara.
I love Yoshitaka Amano's work, and you did wonderfully on this I must say...
Reminds me of belldandy of AMG fame.
Must say it is VERY nice.
I would LOVE to see what you could do with color. As to the copying...well one of the pictures I've done of a male that my friends like most is an enlarged copy of a picture from the Novel "I Strahd". I have since gone out of my way to draw more males. So...let this be incouragement. You have proven you
the comments below me are right but you know what? The only way to get your hand used to drawing is by copying over other work. However, never take credit! Nevertheless it's beautiful.^_^
I tried to upload other works of mine, but, till now, this is the only one that the editors choosed to post. I'm sorry because it seems I'm only good at copying other's creations and is not in my intention to be a mime. So i'm working to create something worth to be posted on Epilogue! I want to improve myself!!!!
The moment I saw it I knew it reminded me of something I had already seen...It was only a matter of moments to recall it was Amano's work!! Confirmed by your comment below...
If copying other people's work help you with your lines and developing your technique is one thing, but posting it as YOUR (inpspired by Amano's work) piece is not right...I m sorry having to post such a comment, I know encouragement is much needed to an artist... Maybe try uploading something original!!
theres being inspired and then theres copying line for line. Id like to see what you're capable of on your own. your shading and linework is good, but how much of that is really you?
wow... she is so beautiful!
i really think this is a nice drawing why isn't there anymore like this is what i'm wondering peace out
but still is wonderful done
you're right, shame on me 'cause i forgot to clarify where i got inspiration. pardon me for my misdeed
This is a rather direct rendition of a piece that Yoshitaka Amano did for one of the earliest Final Fantasies. Shame on you!
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