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    Critique on sketches for a project?

    Hey folks, first post for critique, so forgive me if I put this in the wrong place.

    I'm doing an art project for school, and the assignment is to "illustrate an object in the style of your choice."

    I am doing the style of Tatsuya Ishida, whose work can be seen here (NSFW). I realize that he is a cartoonist, and so it might not be some people's cup of tea, that's alright, I understand. What I'm looking for is really some critique on my forms, which I have attached. The object, a mannequin drawn by Loomis, is also attached. Please note that I intend to use only the parts of the mannequin above the base of the spine, ie. no pelvis, but arms are included.

    Any advice would be useful, and if I forgot anything, let me know that as well. Paint-overs to illustrate errors are welcome.

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    Rose, I'm sorry, but I can't see what it is that you're trying to do; so I couldn't even begin to attempt a crit....

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    1: I think, for the purposes of the assignment, "object" should mean an actual, real world thing that you can see and touch, not another artist's abstraction of the figure.
    2: I don't see how the drawings you've done relate to the chosen artist's style at all.

    Start over.

    Last edited by Elwell; October 4th, 2007 at 05:32 PM.

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