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(welcome to ca!)
AWESOME realism!truly great work on that face and its expression! so is the hair.
crits are that the teeth look a little like plastic, everything under the neck makes the viewer...
yo! great stuff (and i got to add, as everyone: esspecially for your age :) ).
just to name the most outstanding problem (in my eyes) with the horror-game-human-dude: his right arm look stiff. in...
like it, but got these crits:
-as hendric said the left forearm looks kinda strange. i GUESS its that the viewer doesnt get the feeling of depth, so some shadowing might help.
if youre that lazy dont expect too many ppl look at your samples. please post a link at least (best was youd post the pics here directly)
yeees, these cartoonish really rock! please show more of these!
your humans partly seem to have a weird anatomy, but thats nothing that couldnt be fixed quickly i think. its not that they look...
just a little crit:
it might look cool when there are some raindrops falling and "exploding" (dont know the right word, you know what i mean) on the suit. there are some places i guess there is...
really like it!
you managed the line-weight very good imo! there are so many lines to see, but as a viewer i get the important things very fast. thats how it should be.
agree with you guys.
the anatomical knowledge, perspective etc (=the drawings/sketches itself) are great, they all just got this heavily unfinished appearance.
do pen-sketches w/o color or...
the drawing is really great!
the only crit on it from my side is the perspective of his right knee. it just looks a bit off, but i think this is caused by the draping. i guess when the line coming...
oh yes they are! more please!
i really like the lively face-expressions of the trolls and troll-like creatures, they get so much character into the pics. love em! post more and draw comics! ...
not on the water, but my crit for nor is that i dont really get a feeling of depth, although the perspective is clear (so it must be the colors).
August 6th, 2005
well i think the viewer at least gets some kind of familiar feeling seeing this city, which must be gotham, in the background.
thats just my impression, if you really wanna learn i guess its better...
August 6th, 2005
hm...didnt impress me that much but i guess i just dont like the airbrush-style, so dont mind :)
look good to me, except the pupils of the eyes...the iris seems to big to me. the faces would make a much more sympathic impression if the iris would be smaller.
im convinced its his arm with some sort of...accessoire ;) to it.
i like the coloring although i thought of a simpler coloring like you see it in animes...with 2 colors for one person's skin for...
concerning the first guy:
yeah i got the action-pose thats clear :)...its just that i dont feel looking at him from below...it could be the face...it seems frontal to me (sorry for my bad english...
lol! this thing is REALLY great!
the body looks like that of the licker from the resident evil games.
more of that kind please! i really like this style!
the title is "templar meditation"...well it doesnt look he meditates like an indian monk or someone from the east, but i guess the pose works for that kind of knight.
i like his facial expression...
i think its about that boy not being able to open that girl's bra...but thats the point-im not sure. a cartoon should be clear and easy to understand.
good work on these other drawings (well i...
good work on most hands and esspecially feet (maybe a little bit too big, but maybe this is just me)
something is wrong on the first guys torso in my eyes...maybe the muscles are placed a little...
i love this irony in it!
this rotten character looks real great and his face-expression is really well done.
is this rl-oil(or what kind of color) or painted on pc? if last-which prog did you use?
SketchBook: hey the cartoon-stuff is already quite good i...
hey the cartoon-stuff is already quite good i think.
you still gotta work on the drawings from real life, but you seem to get the hang of it. just go on practicing! im doin so myself since i know...
check the site Unit18_Nate gave...
heres the direct-link to the cthulhu-related site
or check wikipedia
that first green one is good.
one part looks realistic like plastic-thats nice.
as the others say the light is a bit tooo fuzzy i think.
but the character (the green one) is quite sympathetic...
well everything ...ok even more of the critical stuff i thought of was mentioned...
but concerning the smoke...are there any tuts/ "progress of drawing fog and smoke"-threads on the net?...i just...
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