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great, thanks! i will be sure to get your guys' advice again
callin it done for now, and moving on to the next. Thanks for your help guys!
Thanks so much for the paintovers, folks! I will strive to push this thing to a great finish with your help!
Heres an update with some of your guys' advice. I appreciate the help! I feel confident moving forward in polishing this thing.
Hey lightship, thanks for the comment! That makes a lot of sense. I will try to sort out where the focal point should really be!
TJMSaint - Thanks for the crit! I will try what you suggested. I was afraid to push the detail in the distance because I was really trying to push the depth, but I will try to push the level of...
I really want to make this the best it can be. I feel I am a bit stuck on what to do moving forward.. is it a matter of adding more and more details, is it a matter of fixing some things...
Thanks for the comments, guys :)
Stuff from my portfolio. I am a graduating senior at Columbus College of Art and Design. Looking for work if anyones hiring! :) Thanks for taking a look.
Edited a few things and swapped out the new image.
Hey folks, this is a project from class, to mix two movies together. I chose Mad Max and Army of Darkness. I got some good crits from the good folks in the critique center and I finished it up,...
Jack - Thanks, i'll keep studying.
Zerdron - Its not supposed to be hell, but thanks for the comment.
Update. I think I'm going to add a few background elements to really tie everything together, and just go over everything once more to clean up and tighten.
I'm not really feeling the pose. Its a good pose and its cool that you know what it technically is, but I feel like it doesnt quite fit the situation.. shes winding up to swing (is what it looks...
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Hey thanks for the crits guys, I'll definitely work on the anatomy of the arm and hand. Time to hit the books!
Hey dude, heres my version of your face. Try to work on proportions. Like Jack said, just draw a crap load of faces from reference and from your head every day. Also, check out Prom's art tutorial,...
I like how you had one of the wolves much closer to the viewer in the first couple versions, it shows more depth and makes it look more interesting. Try that again with your updated composition.
I did a whack paintover to try to make your figures and composition a little more dynamic and interesting. First off, I'm not sure why the guy has that goofy expression on his face, and...
Use less black when you're shading the girl's pajamas and face to avoid the dirty look, and try to be a little more logical with the way the fabric is draping and folding. I'm not really seeing a...
Thanks I'll keep chuggin on it.
Looks like you're cutting the legs off at a bad place. Also i feel like he needs some space above his head, the top of the composition is feeling like a heavy weight about to fall on him. I also feel...
I would try doing some thumbnails and actually figure out what the figure is doing and why hes doing it.
I feel like her right eye is too small. The lines you used for her nose seem very random, and her lips look like a flat object pasted on. Try to show form in the lips by not putting a big fat...
I rarely post on the boards anymore, but I hope I can get back into the swing of things. Heres an illustration I'm working on for class, I've gotten some good feedback from friends and...