There's more shading on the left side of her body, but not more shading on that side of her hair - don't you think you should shade the overall hair too? And you can probably save yourself some trouble by making brushes that draw more than one hair at the time. Still -pretty!
man...I always look forward to your tutorials >w<
they are so informative, yet they have a nice sence of personality and they dont seem like a frikin robot made them. putting in the extra mile to do that really makes me smile
As usual, your overall coloring technique is excellent. Hard to believe I was giving you pointers when I first met you on DA--you've grown so far that it makes me a little jealous!
I do have one suggestion about the hair, though: remember to treat the top of the head as a round, three-dimensional object. The hair in this tutorial looks flat when compared to the face, because the shadows don't follow the same lighting. All it'll take to correct that is darkening the hair a little on the left side.
Thanks for the kind words surfeit, they mean a lot coming from you!
And you're right about the hair, I should have made it a point to do that. But I was so glad to have figured out how to do blondes that I didn't want to mess up what I had XD
this is just too sweet. I like your comments very much, they're very funny. But even with this tutorial, you need a very steady mouse-hand to get those perfect strokes of hair, it's just amazing how you managed to do that.