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Just subscribed to your thread.
Admirable, truly someone to look up to.
Thanks for such inspiring works.
Semiotical analysis grid over two past pieces, based on Jacques Geninasca's work "Il logos del formato" (highly recommendable for anyone interested in a structural model of analysis for the image).
Well, what can I say?... Mostly:
- Draw slower. It's about coming better, not first.
- Sketch on vellum paper. It's creamy, you can erase several times (which can also serve to give some...
Great, great pencil work. But most of the times the color rendering turns out muddy, I don't know why. I understand that what is shown on many of them is just the really early stages, but I think...
I enjoyed watching your sketchbook.
So you actually 3D print them! that's impressive...
Anyway: your work gave me a strong feel of the Tokyo 3 stuff in the new Evangelion movies.
That's quite an accomplishment.
Neat sense of light in form.
You have a remarkable skill for synthesis.
Just, personally, I'd have preferred going for a traditional unicorn (from wiki):
In European folklore, the unicorn is often depicted as a white horselike or goatlike animal with a...
I like your men. The women not so much, but that's just taste (they're solidly done, regardless).
You could work a bit more on your textures, though. Or at least I now try to do so, even at pencil...
Original Vs enhanced sketch.
Fucked up the hand (and God knows what else). Whatever.
Finished work here.
Well, thank you very much. But, at the beginning of the thread, I was talking about drawing from the natural: to collapse a 3D/real input into a convincing 2D equivalent;...
Color version here.
Thanks again for your help.
This looks very good as a pencil sketch. If you hadn't said otherwise, I'd have thought you made it from observation.
Concerning your question: it depends, of course, on your methods of work....
You have some fair realistic portraits. However, other than as exercises, I don't really see the point of exerting yourself so much into trying to make them look exactly like the source photos,...
You gotta forgive me on this, but I just cannot stand drawing Asuka without skinny legs. However, the small changes in proportions and symmetry did make a fair difference;...
It is Asuka, yeah, and your corrections were of great help, man.
Will work over your redline on the next re-do. Thank you!
This is the first groundwork for something I'd like to finish within a week (at the most).
Any correction, feedback or advice will be highly appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
Unused groundwork for last job...