1 week ago 1 week agoPainting lighting study, me, digital, 2021 by Riley Redman 5589views anime lighting, clip studio paint, clip studio painting, digital art, digital art for beginners, digital art speed painting, digital art tutorial, digital paint, digital painting, digital painting process, digital painting steps, digital painting tips, digital painting tutorial, digital painting tutorial photoshop, digital speed painting, dynamic lighting, how to color digital painting, how to use dynamic lighting for digital art, image, lighting, painting, painting lighting, painting skin lighting, speed paintingLike it? Share with your friends! 295 Facebook Twitter295 points 5 Comments Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. That’s great! Not to be picky, but the straw shadow is too prominent and misplaced for a lighting analysis. A – it would diffuse more widely, and B – it would be more accurate.ReplyI like wide eyes, but these are a little too big for my taste. It has an alien quality to it and begins to straddle the line between cute and scary.Regarding the straw shadow that has already been mentioned, I believe it could be shifted to the right, overlapping her sleeve, or even removed altogether.However, everything is well-done, and it’s a pleasant item.ReplyI was very taken aback by the eyes as I was scrolling. For me, it’s been a long time since I’ve been in the uncanny valley. Maybe it’s the natural look combined with the eyes being a little too big. But those are just my feelings. If you like what you’re making, keep doing it!ReplyI’m not sure why the eyes are shaped like dinner plates.ReplyNext time, you might want to make the eyes a little wider.It does, however, appeal to me.ReplyWhat's Your Reaction? Unuseful 0 Unuseful Useful 0 Useful hate 0 hate love 0 love Posted by Riley Redman Entrepreneur. Travel enthusiast. Unapologetic tv guru. Infuriatingly humble web fanatic. Organizer. Food maven. Thinker.