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I'm not sure what you want the focus to be. But it is definitely on the canyon and not the people.
Things to consider:
1. Why are they in the canyon.
2. What is the significance of the canyon...
Yes finding reference for exact poses and angles is usually impossible. You will need to get a camera with a timer and do it yourself. There is simply no other way. You can find some decent costume...
the anatomy is off a lot.. you should find some reference for your poses... :s
Watch those rim lights, they're flattening your forms especially on the man's backside. There shouldn't be one there.
I'm also missing impact, or action-reaction. The woman missed the spider with...
You have some good advice in here! There is no reason to attempt this without good reference. The pros wouldn't do it without ref, unless they're doing a speedpaint I guess.
The mage's face reads very oddly- it looks like she's screaming in agony rather than a battlecry (which I assume was the desired effect).
Also I'd move the mage further back, as she looks smaller...
You may want to check this tutorial out, it helped me a lot with dynamic poses:
I would honestly say that you need to root out some more references for these and practice, you seem to have got an idea what they should look like in your mind and then drawn it. ...
February 28th, 2012
Recently I have been finding myself thinking of these great ideas but when I tried to put pencil to paper it was just rubbish.
Eventually I gave up mainly because I wasn't a master over night.
February 1st, 2012
in your words :-
I decided to participate in League of Legends "Art of revelry" contest.
The theme is "Lunar revel" which kinda means chinese new year. I came up with this simple...
January 31st, 2012
Have a black layer on top of your piece, which you set to color. It will let you see your values and whether they're to dark or not contrasted enough with out colour playing tricks on you. :) Group...
January 28th, 2012
Is he supposed to be 3-4 meters high? It certanly looks like it, judging by the buildings next to him. Also, isn't it a bit strange that a man in armor stands in the middle of the town all by himself...
January 26th, 2012
Just my 2 cent:
My biggest concern is that the contrast is pretty low
You could use a bit more variety and interest points in your piece, light the windows up, add an interesting gate or building...
If you're finding your characters lifeless you might have to do what I'm doing mate. Take a step back from creating characters and put more time into general studying. Pick one...
Consider the placement of the figures in space and the ground plane they're standing on. Now it appears that your male figure is hovering in the air. Placing him a bit lower could help position him...
This is totally subjective, but I personally feel that when a figure is posed in a sort of "spread eagle" position, the pose loses focus and dynamism. Maybe the woman could have some sort of twist to...
The first thing I would do when starting a project like this is to map out the story I want to tell. The drama, the mood, the composition. I would map out the body language and facial expressions of...
I'd just like to throw in my two cents here. Anatomy issues aside, the poses for both the characters just don't make sense in your image. I can kind of infer that there might be some sort of danger...
Apart from the above crits which are dead on, if you turn your colour picture grayscale it's a pretty uniform gray. The defining feature of light isn't that it's blue or yellow, it's that it's...
January 10th, 2012
You need the reference, even if it means going through the trouble of making maquettes of human figures or just getting action figures in the poses you want. That way at least you can see how they...
Honestly I'd fix the leg issue before going to any colour and I'd also suggest you to research more of the folds in the clothes. If the dress is loose enough to show both breasts separately (a tight...
Drawing dynamic poses is always a challenge,
and there are some things that should be
kept in mind when you're illustrating. It's
not enough to just consider the anatomical
issues and then...
at a quick glance. The legs read a little weird, partly due to the shape of the feet and partly due to the way you have the lower part of her dress. When I first glanced, the left looked like it was...
DIMAGYAN has given you some excellent advice and some wonderful drawings my advice seems second rate but here it is anyways.....in my opinion one of the keys to female anatomy is the hips the hips...
As others have pointed above, is quite unclear what she is doing(the same thing for the warrior).Acting the pose as vineris suggested is a great way to understand the action and also feel the...
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