Well, I'm trying to establish a solid workflow to create images. Someting like
1) basic sketch
2) refined line drawing
3) Basic values
4) Basic shadows
5) Base color
6) Cleaning up
7) Detailwork, refinement, coloring
That last one is my weak point, and I'm also not sure how much time I should spend on each task. Anyway, I keep on trying.
Great studies and i like the workflow.Keep the same and make a work relaxed and in more than one day.You will learn your own system even better and you will make a more thoughtfull work
Keep up the good work mate
I have a lot of family in Budapest. It's a beautiful city. I'd love to live there. Sadly I don't speak Hungarian aside from a few phrases. I can still get around the Budapest subway though. haha
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Egy par darabnal lattam, hogy a labak tul hosszuak vagy a kar rovid, a fej formaja...
De szimpla gyakorlattal helyre all probald a Loomis vázat hasznalni, lehet hogy az jobban bejon (en azt hasznalom s jobban bejott). Kell kiserletezni.
Wow nice SB
your sketchies look nice,
your speedies wicked awesome
and the improvement judging from the first trough last page man you improving a lot
man your Digi painting totally awesome specially your face painting
anyway thank you for visiting and give me that great advice on my SB
I really really appreciate it
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Hey man! Thanks for the helpful crit in my SB!
Like the dedication going on your SB. Very nice studies, surely you are getting the hang of it. I would suggest to spice up things by doing a longer study, tons can be learn at that too. Just a thought, keep it up!
Thanks for stopping by my sketchbook a while back. I like your gesture studies here and the stuff you do from photo reference! I'd like to see you do a few more finished pieces (although if you don't have too much time, the fast sketches are a good way to practice).
Your anime girls seem oddly thick-necked or even neckless, although your reffed girls look great. Maybe try using more reference for the cartoon girls? I used to have the exact opposite problem as you (made all my necks way too long) and I think that's what helped me rein it in.