Your digitals are starting to come together well, BUT
they are still waaaaay behind your pencil drawings.
No need to get sad about it of course, more training and painting
will be the right answer for your troubles.
About people not posting;
I believe Danny was just joking about the big breasted
females being a main reason for people not posting here.
My thoughts are; that you are not getting replies, because
you ain't replying either to anyone's sketchbook. Am I right?
Are you replying to other peoples sketchbooks?
And I am not talking about replying to sketchbooks with dead accounts,
I mean on the sketchooks with active users, who are also working hard
as you are.
Just try it out. Go post some comments to some other sketchbooks, and
I am sure, that those people will be so good to return you the favor.
Anyway, I am just trying to help you, cause that is the way things are
going on here. Hope that you will try out my advice, get some motivation
and post a lot more paintings and drawings. After all, you are a master
pencil artist if you ask me.
Thank you i do post some comments here and there but you're right about the amount, i post on some people's SB but mostly on those who i watch on a regular basis (a dozen or so)....anyway you probably right and even if i don't have much time to be online i should post more in other people SB.
Thank you for the support and the comments.
And for not posting without an update...here is a lil progress pic of thor.
I Totally think Tackling some well rendered B&W Digi then slowly introducing color through monochromatic and two color compositions would really do wonders for your digi work
you obviously have the skill its just about applying your knowledge to digital teqniques
As for this WIP its hard for me to find a focal point due to the busyness of all the brushstrokes. I think if you really started to identify which places you wanted more visual textures then others it would help a lot, also there is not much atmospheric prespective to let us know which colors sit on the closest plane, and which ones move deeper in to the canvas, so if you identified which areas sit farther away you could push those colors back, with greys and blues and bring the forground scene even closer with those warm bold colors.
keep up the great work ! hope to see more soon
:edit : the WIP 3 posts up seems to be working better as an Image IMO if you blended the backround and made it less important then the forground figures like you did there, it adds a lot more clarity to the composition.