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Hey, as far as the anatomy goes, take the time to review basic proportions/anatomy! Go look at Loomis and how he sets up basic proportions for a figure and the basic simplified forms for a figure,...
I came here thinking "sure i can give some crits" but then i realise you are way better than me! Not sure if i can give crits now...haha. I will try..
I really love the expression drawings you...
A cover that impressed me and just made me think that if it were on anything related, I'd
buy it, was this one by Ralph Horsley.
Ugh, photo covers have been bugging me for the past couple of decades... Though I think the trend that bugs me the most is the "grab some stock art and slap some typography on it" trend. Especially...
The photo covers in the OP give me an entirely different impression.
The illustrations show ADVENTURE and the subtitles tell me with some romance, Dude, and Pirates! - I'm game!
The other one...
I don't know if this can be credited to Twilight, but yeah, those new book covers look like they're made to forcibly appeal to the "girl romance crowd". I mean seriously, especially that first one...
Aw, this is fun.