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Thanks Saramel and Naomi.
Got away from the square, and working on making things a little more legible. Lots to go but here's another wip clip.
Please let me know how it's reading and any...
nice work on the face. that being said, it will be hard to keep a consistent feel if you don't have a photo ref of the upper arm and shoulder area.
Get that nice teardrop shape in there, and...
Agreed, perhaps completely new is impossible, but you've got to meditate on it for awhile and really feel it. In other word, this design feels uninspired - like you didn't really feel it or enjoy...
Working on a personal illustration.
The dancer's bittersweet nightmare
Just sketched out in illustrator so far
I'm working on this illustration for story concept - I've been looking at it for awhile and would really appreciate any feedback from more eyes
edit-uploaded smaller image
nice job so far. The face is well executed
Differences I'm noticing between your painting and the reference:
your features are all slightly smaller than the model's, esp the nose
I would work your sketch a bit more, trying to balance out composition a bit, make some sort of interesting shapes and perhaps add a figure or another subject to create some sort of idea or story. Or...
more photo ref sketches from the day, dior dress
two studies from a chanel show, currently working on a set of fashion studies
this sketchbook has come leaps and bounds - the effort you've put in shows
keep it up!
These sketches are amazing! I can't wait to see what they birth... keep it comin!
levels of depth are working well - the foreground really pops.
I'd say... work on the edge definition a little more, its a bit scraggly and distraction.
Definitely foresorten morgoth's arms to...
it seems like you're bothering too much with detail at this point - keep going with your sketch and really work out the FORM of everything. This will help you get more depth within specific areas of...
female figure study
matte painting wip from an animation project entitled Skyline Resorts
just did some really quick sketches, some bridgeman some not, with the drawing program Alchemy. It's unpredicatable and hard to control, and I like it. I hope to post a bunch more Alchemy doodles,...
i forgot to add, you've got some lines that are unnecessary. Her rightbreast - where the line continues upward. Because the shirt is there, that line would continue straight to her left breast along...
glad you appreciated my words, and thanks for stopping by my book
As you've stated, the hand needs work. It'll be hard to find ref for this but you could always look in a mirror....
you've got som ill creature and character designs. The digi's are coming along as well, I like your blue/green side and rim lighting.
nice bold and contrasty lines in those sketches, very active
I dig it, you're cruising. I'm still searchin for a bit more texture, it's startin to creep out in the top hair. word word.
progress already from the last two digi's. Perhaps a bit more ear attention, just suggestion of an ear.
nice digi value sketches. I might break up the brush size a bit, get some different types of line in there. perhaps some more texture in the bg.
awesome arm studies! nice clean lines. I'd say do some more foreshortened arms.
strong start, keep em comin!
.. i disagree slightly... but to each his own.
however, its great to see that you're moving into complete compositions. Your anatomy is getting much stronger and your concepts are strong. lets see...
quite the path here already. amazing development from the first page to your later images. Yes, prime linework, and you've got some digi skillzz. rock on!