This is my first critique, so it won't be in the greatest quality, but here i'm giving an honest opinion. Wish me luck
Here, is a fanatastic portrait of Audrey Hepburn done in sheer pencilwork, is it? I see a lifelike connection between this portrait and actual pictures because this seems like a photograph, the way it's so smoothly drawn.
The only "bad" thing i can say about this is that her eyelids are a bit too defined, but if they were a bit lighter, i'd imagine it looking a bit better; the impact, though, is a bit too blande, but it stuck out from a bunch of other deviations in my folder. however, this is already a splendid piece and this is an immediate favorite.
This artwork of Audrey Hepburn, is a beautiful rendition of how she looked in many of her movies. You did a fantastic job, and for that i give you vision. The originality however though good, still reminds me of other pictures I have seen of her. Your technique however is impeccable for perhaps the carrying of her left eye, is shade down to far, but it allows for the form you placed her in beautifully. I truly enjoy the way you designed at performed the drawing of this piece. The impact however is very good, though I may have if it had not been as beautifully down as it was, I would have disregarded it, but you succeeded in drawing the viewer in. So overall wonderful job on this picture, I truly like it, and I will probably add it into my favorites category. Wonderful job
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Just a thought, have you ever thought of drawing Audrey hepburn and Johnny Depp ridding on a dinosaur like land of the lost style. lol Or something like that.
If I had money or points I would definitely get that print.
I also like her lashes, they really pull the darkness in her hair and sweater together, any lighter and I amsure it would create an awkward gap, or make it look like she is looking more upward.
It would be neet if you put some kind of abstract object in the background like 50% grey, it would give it more depth and create a more dramatic expression. Oh and if you got some white ink or something and moved your signature to the bottom of her left shoulder.