Vectortuts+ is all about helping people turbo charge their skills, and today we have another special community post that will help our readers take their images to the next level. The best thing is, you can be part of it too! Find out more at the jump.
How to Participate:
- This workshop contributor has offered a piece of work that they would like help with, please keep this in mind when you share your thoughts. The images are not perfect, but they can be with the right advice and some friendly encouragement. (Vectortuts+ reserves the right to delete any rude comments)
- If you’re better with pictures (let’s face it, most of us are) feel free to take a screenshot of the image using Little Snapper, Skitch or a similar program and paste a link to the annotated image in the comments section with an explanation of the tweaks.
If you want to take part in the next Vectortuts+ Workshop:
Add your work to our facebook photo gallery or submit it via the Tuts+ Workshop form, with a description about the piece and the help/advice you’re looking for. We will chose one to be published on our site as part of the next Vectortuts+ Workshop, if you’re not chosen straight away – don’t worry – your work will be chosen for a future session.
Designer: Nate Guerra
"My name is Nate Guerra, I’m a student originally from Denver, CO but going to school in Columbus,OH. Hoping to turn this childhood dream into a profession, fingers crossed of course.
The piece above I titled blue, mostly because it was a reflection of my mood and feeling at the time. I created it based on frustration from being laid off from my job. I know many people have felt the blow of lay off and it takes it’s toll on you, both financially and emotional.
"Blue" is way different from a lot of my other work, I usually do a lot of cute characters and bright colors. This piece in particular I feel is a step out of my comfort zone and hopefully executed to the best of my ability. Feel free to critique whatever you like or not like about it. Thanks for checking it out!"
What are your thoughts on the work above? Critiquing work helps the artist see new possibilities, and it also helps you learn to evaluate art, which will help you take that same analysis and apply it to your own work. Participate in the comments below with your opinions on how to improve the work above.