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yeah, i am hoping that with the completion of the second jellyfish, that the lightsource will work a bit better.
thanks for your help, and a update will be upcoming!
this is a graphite drawing i am working on,
let me know if i am on the right track
it's a commentary on the emulation of nature technology tries to produce
i think the girl needs some of the red glow from the sun, the image is nice, but I find myself looking at the sun, then going to the girl, i lose all the detail of the mountains and snow. but nicely...
the newer work is coming along nicely, I hope to see some nice lighting effects on samus, since there is both orange and blue light around her. I find that her pose is a bit stiff, in the legs, but...
great work, man, but the only thing i can comment on is how she only has a zipper on the one breast. i thought it would make sense to stuff both of them. Other than that, really interesting work.
I think you need to fix some of the snakes lines..or at least add some. I followed the snakes body and i end up not knowing where the next part attaches, so just watch that. Other than that i like...
thanks for the tips fellas, they will definitely help me out, and as you can tell they are works in progress, so hope to have an update soon!!
I thought i would move my thread over to the critic forum to see if anyone will give me some pointers,
so here they are, tear them to bits!!
haven't posted in a while and this is what i have been toying around with, let me know what think (anything is helpful)
were you inspired by the monster hunter games for your drawings? the second and fifth ones are my favourites. the lines all over the upper half of the elf drawing are slightly distracting. other...
your completed image of the blond haired character is pretty schweet, although i think the legs are a bit short for the rest of the bod,
I really enjoyed looking at all the small doodles, etc. Nice...
come on he has legs now....
this is a pick i have been playing around with,
let me know if there is anything i can do to make it better
thanks for the advice, yeah i fixed up the arms, non klingon-ee
crits are welcome
thanks so much for you comments, they are really helpful, I know that sometimes you need someone else's view in order to sometimes see things that are improper. yeah i am still working on the waist,...
anything else to add
I took some advice and fixed a few things, keep on keeping on.
let me know if the changes helped
and any other ideas you may have would be awesome
mute, thanks for the ideas, as for your questions; 1) the hood is a bit too thick i agree, it will be fixed 2) the spikes on the arm arm attached by ropes to the forearm, coming off the elbow, they...
how does he kill? I think i would like some more background info on the character. I think the head is too small for the figure, need a little bit more proportional.
this is a pic i just started working on today, a character based on myself, well in appearence only.
let me know what i could do to improve it
i have an idea for you, why don't you make it look as though the craggy blocks in the mid ground look as though they are covered in snow partially, i think that would both give you more detail and...
you also should try some harder lines for the snow, they look as though they are walking on clouds, you could also have their feet sunk down into it. the background in this work i think needs to be...
i am not here to argue the anatomy of a hippo, even though i am aware that they have small legs, but i think it may be because you have the hippos back so rounded and large that is making the legs...
the thing i would darken the side of the dragon on the left, give it a bit more contrast..but other than that, everything has pretty much been said, nice work
one quick question, what does tiny feet have to do with being in the water?, maybe it's just the foreshortening that makes it small, but the leg on the left beside the guy and the hippo head looks...