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Why doesn't your Demonic Harbinger wear clothes? Is there a reason or is it just eye candy? Just wanted to know. Also, the right hand is too small and the positioning of the left hand and the...
The design is so Blizzard-esque. Whether that is a good thing or not depends on your intentions I guess. I'm going to leave the technical aspects to someone who knows what they are talking about.
This looks like a wolf headed human which happens to have hooves for feet. The general design is inconsistent.
Almost nothing. Cheap pencils and papers ftw! Except for the occasional magazine for refs. Fashion mags are expensive as hell.
Is there really a need for the boob-window? I think it takes away from the gritty feeling of cyberpunk.
I love your moleskine stuff. Looks amazingly beautiful.
Sure, I'll be waiting for a real answer too. Was just stating my opinion.
I have no knowledge about the subject but if I was reviewing a portfolio, I wouldn't want to see that.
I feel the same. I haven't taken any classes and I'm at the beginning and sometimes I don't know what to study or how to study. The only difference is that I want to do comic art.
Doing it untik you are bored and then moving on to another type of study sounds pretty reasonable. I tried to force myself but maybe that'll work better. Thanks for the advice.
Am I the only oddball around here? I mostly use 4H when sketching.
Today, for the first time, I practiced gesture for like 4 hours or something and that was the most I ever practiced something through the 2 years I've been serious about drawing. I felt really great...
This guy has some cool videos, you could check them out:
I see your point. Guess I'll have to start over. This was my reference by the way.
I'm doing a drawing of my Shadowrun character. I'd like some critique about the sketch. Is the anatomy correct? What can I fix? I'll add details after I'm sure the anatomy is the best I can manage....
Looks better. But unless this is a panel for a comic or something like that I don't understand why you insist on such a cropping.
The fact that you don't even have a official site is shady as hell. I would never mail my works to someone who can't provide any kind of reference, well, if my works was good enough that is.
The image is cropped too much that I barely understood it was something like a fountain. But maybe that's just me. And yes the elbow looks awkward, it looks like it's the back of the arm but in a...
I think there are more important problems with this than just a color palette. First of all, I think the whole image is unreadable. I can't tell what's going on. Her right arm looks broken and the...
To be honest, you have a long way to go (not as long as me :)). I'd suggest opening a thread in the Sketchbook section and updating it regularly. This section is for getting precise criticism about a...
Maybe it's just me but I think the right leg looks awkward.
I also think second one looks the best. But if there is a backstory to the image, the others might work as well.
If you presented your argument like this from the beginning, people would have taken you seriously. What you said in this post, is a valid opinion and worthy of discussing. But rather, you started...
If she is going to block an attack, then standing on her hind legs is not going to help. Keeping balance on two legs rather than four is harder, so if she were on all fours, her blocking would be...
I'm not very knowledable on composition but I think the problem is that too much detail distracts the viewer away from the main focus point. And the problem is not that there is too much detail but...
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