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  • Eliza Dushku in Dollhouse

    Hmmmm, I dunno about the likeness here. Any ideas?

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    Terrible likeness. But nice drapery folds on the shirt, pants, boots and drapes.

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    • #3
      The pants and boots are done really well, but the face is very generic (as far as likeness goes).

      Maybe take another crack at it with pleny of references?
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      • #4
        Tried to redo the face to get a better likeness. Widened the jaw and redrew virtually everything else.

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        • #5
          I would say your drawing is too small to get the details that you need to recognize her.

          The drawing looks good to me the shiny parts on the boots are good.
          The hair would need a bit work too, she has more curls.
          Keep working, maybe just portraits, practice and stuff, you know the saying.
          I tried an Oby Wan Kenobi today, just horrible...

          And one other thing, but not your fault, i hate it when women or people in general stand like this, it shows uncertainty and mostly it looks like they have disfunction of their body... I know... the heels. But it just looks plain stupid.

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          • #6
            Yeah, it might be a bit small, especially since there is not really much about her countenance that stands out (except maybe the lips on this one). But I've seen some people simply amaze me at capturing a likeness in a very small number of lines.
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            • #7
              Likeness is all about shapes and distance relationships. For example, If you don't get the basic shape of someone's eyes down... it's going to be impossible to get a good likeness.
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              • #8
                I think it works better (to get a likeness) if the face has more shadows. This promotion image is totally lit, maybe even tampered so you don't see flaws (wrinkles and stuff).
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                • #9
                  I agree. I'm looking really hard at it and there isn't a lot to distinguish it. Dave is right about needing to nail particular features. I tried to draw her eyelids, but that might have been lost when I added the lashes, which are pretty thick.

                  (Eliza has wrinkles?!? Bite your tongue! :-) )
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