A far glance reveales a red, large eared fox, holding a clipboard and a pen to draw with. Headphones give the original character touch, as well as some facial markings. I think I see slackish pants with a white tank top. the backpack is more distinguishing. A normal on looker would guess that, with the way he is dressed, this fox is a teen in school, maybe a small child fox. So the far away glance is very rewarding.
When I maximize the picture, thats when I give it the 5 stars on vision. To start with, its almost flawless. Even though he is standing on nothing, there is deeper details that I love, very, very much. A style that seems to win me over every time.
First is the texture of fur, melding into light. It seems normal from a first glance. From maximized view, I saw the definition. So the style does improove, but that doesnt earn the 5 stars to the vision. The eyes is what caught my attention. They litterally reflect a image, almost as if he was looking at something. I cant tell what it is exactly, but the eye detail is so advanced, coupled with the definition of the color and lighting, that I give it a 5 on vision.
The only downfall I can spot is so minute, that its not even worth mentioning. The headphones... Their not very detailed, but then they dont have to be either. Like I said, its not really a flaw worth mentioning. This image, to the on looker is fantastic. I think, if this is the future of your work, then you'll have more fans in no time.
When you look small, it is particularly good for shading, brightness and texture are perfect.
When you look big, you can see the true beauty and perform work. Shadows are well situated and applied subtly with color. The intensity of the colors are applied and enjoyable to watch. The eyes are very well done, as are the crystals that contains the soul of creation. Only drawback is the texture that gives color and texture given, you'd think it was made with Blender. The fur texture and beauty of the eyes are forgotten. You can see the hard work that was put.
The totural is well done. He explains and relevant. Easy to understand steps and feasible according to our capacity.
In terms I can not find no, just the texture when it is expanded.
Oh wow! Your characters still poses a more cartoon based styilization that is super cute, but I'd almost swear this had been made in a 3D program. The depth is amazing. I've seen people who do realistic paintings that don't have this much 'pop' from the page!