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The first thing I think you should take a look at is the placement of the rider on the horse. I imagine both the placement and the angle of the shot is supposed to be similar to in this shot:...
Hey, Mehul! Nice pencils, especially the shading. Sharp stuff, keep it up!
Let's see it, man!
I like it, especially the head of the dragon, it looks very menacing. I have some suggestions for improvement. Use a big brush to group the values, make a closer crop, open up the pose of the dragon...
Another witch doctor-ish dude. I like it a lot better, despite the lazy hands, feet and clothes.
I agree with Arenhaus, it doesn't look like you're working with volumes. Your redline makes little sense to me and isn't addressing the problems I'm seeing.
Try to draw cylinders and cubes on top...
Dude's falling backwards. Other than that I'm happy with it.
Nice mood in that painting. Some perspective problems in the house, you could probably throw down some construction lines to weed them out, like so:
Keep it up :)
Good effort, important work you're practicing. I think you should practice some construction and perspective. It's hard to construct heads like that without being able to .. construct. Loomis'...
Hey man, nice painting! I especially like what you've done with the cloth, it's got real weight and thickness to it.
Forgive my insolence in critting somebody way beyond me, but I have two...
Thanks for the crits, Artplur, I appreciate it. :) I think you're spot on, and pushing noses around and not defining the keystone (I think that's what Michael Hampton calls the part between the...
You've got some dirty values (too much local contrast) going on. The perspective of the church is off, and implies a field of view of about 90 degrees, which seems way too much considering how the...
Nice works, I especially like your linework drawings, your use of lineweight and simple shading is very effective.
Hey, grats on getting accepted into school! Exciting stuff. I assume you're going to start in a class full of strangers, which is a great thing if you want to make changes to your life since you can...
Dude, you're flying! Great progress in this sketchbook, must be one hell of a school you're attending. (A couple suggestions, even though you're way ahead of me: lower the local contrast in the...
Great sb, both your current level and the amount of work you've put in! I like your subtle color use, and how well you do shadow parts. If you're open for suggestions, have a look at using bigger...
Those last two look fucking awesome. Only thing is that they could be a bit brighter, but that's very minor.
Badass colours and mood, inspiring stuff!
Huge improvement since last year, good job! Are you following any special teachings/books?
Another one (sketched something first, then found a matching-ish photo to ref shading, so not a strict photostudy).
It looks like you didn't define where the left VP should be in the last one, and guessed at it instead.
And when you fill in those areas, you can use the polygonal lasso tool to easily...
Nice sketchbook, those environments are looking tack sharp!
A heads-up (hah) for your: when drawing heads, mind the skull size, the ball of the skull is often too small.
Thanks, man! :)
Started out as a CHOW wip. You know how it goes.
E: "It's" should be "its". Fuck.
E2: And apparently that hat only casts shadow on his face, not his torso, wtf.
Nice boxes, make some houses with them!
Thanks heaps, ParallellCat!
Ok, boring update. Just dudes' heads. I was onto practicing composition and partially values for a while, struck onto a head in a master study and couldn't even get a...