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Your comic line art is not bad, but it's hard to tell one element from another. and your use of line weight make things look pretty messy. Instead of varying the line weight all over the place, why not just keep the same for all, and use a thicker line to outline the characters and foreground items.
Your coloring is kind of flat, it's hard to tell the light source in a lot of the images. Also, avoid relying on photoshop filters to do the trick. You can't achieve depth by blur the background, nor things would look like in water just because you run it thru a ripple filter. Try drawing things out by yourself without using any filters first, once you learn how things really look in real life, then you can apply filters to make them look believable while saving time.
Using line weight will enhance readability but only if you know what you're doing. Only when you have a perfect understanding of shadowing (and lighting) you'll be able to use line weight correctly, if you use it randomly, like Look said, you will flatten your image an make it really hard to distinguish shapes.
Anyway, you want to become a comic writer? Well in concept art i think the big team that do this kind of stuff is SixMoreVodka... it's painful to look at their work anyway, i'm warning you.
thanx man ...i 'm self taught artist ...and my main goal is to reach the major compnies of comics and illustrations in the whole world ..so i don't have time to be scared or confused many have stopped me since in my beginner days ...but now i 'm far stronger and want to learn any thing available to be learnt from ....there r many dumpy artists that work for marvel dc comics or image ...but only few have proven them selves ... and i 'l ptove my self someday ...thanx for critiquing my works and i like Marko Djurdjevic art already ...
Originally Posted by Hitsu//San
thanx again for ur advice guys
Asporine2: just a pointer for future reference, since there are lots of pro on this site, there are also lots of potential employers or people who may help to refer you to a job. Because of this, you may want to use more proper English when posting. Definitely avoid cyber talks and l337 spellings. Also, for the same reason, please refrain from belittling other artists. All these will steer a potential job away.
Good luck on your journey to a successful comic artist. There are lots of tutorials online if you ever need help.
thanks sir ...and can you post some links of these tutorials if you can ?
Depends on what you need help the most, there are just so many tutorials out there. Since you are going for comic stuff, I figure maybe just keep it simple, stay with black & white for now, till you get the anatomy down.
Here's a quick and simple line art tutorial, basically just showing outlining things to help separate subject matters: http://nineinjections.deviantart.com...20inking&qo=14
And if you haven't checked out Loomis, you can read the books online: http://fineart.sk/photo-references/a...-anatomy-books it's great for anatomy.
Lastly, stock images! These are some really good stock galleries where you can use for references (warning: may contain nudity)