sup Corza, sorry haven't been here in a while, but it's great to see the big strides your making; and wow u go and hit us with some cragee awesomeness like this one! Hope you keep pushing this one and work a whole color study up on that.
Irishdrunk Thanks man p sage Hmm I see what your talking about, I'll try fix it, thanks! MacKs Thanks dude.. I might colour it. The coats grey anyway, but a splash of colour might be cool Caco Thanks for the advice, I'm trying it with this recent portrait Marian Thanks man, np Ajene Thanks
I can certainly see where your tastes lie, and there's nothing wrong with your preference for fantasy.
Looking over your sketchbook, I only saw one still life though (the coffee mug) which makes me think you might be getting ahead of yourself.
Understanding how to draw the basic shapes, cylinders, boxes, spheres, will help you understand the shapes of the body as well.
I would also suggest working more with traditional tools. You will have better control and you may learn more from mistakes, when you cannot just simply ctrl+z them away.
Also, I like your colour palettes, there's something about them. However, you really need to focus on the human figure and lots of anatomy studies. Get back to the basics of drawing. Anything Vilppu is good because he can break things down for you that's real simple and totally accessible.
You do much pencil work? Going back to just basic sketching really helps a lot. Seek out life drawing classes and study from life as much as possible.
You're pretty imaginative with the character designs and you're mastering digital painting very well. Keep up the Bridgman studies, you're definitely going places and damn fast too! Digging this piece!
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cool wolf pic like his pose too, your other work is good as well, if i may crit I feel like some of your work seems a bit flat, i'd try working with the plains and lighting a bit to help them pop out. keep it up
Gonna crit "The Ambrosia"... I like the black and pink together, and the pink is a surprising color to find in such a grim context. I think his pectoral muscles are too short, vertically. They should extend farther down his torso. The neck has a weird shape - too much like a cone, and the muscles and tendons aren't convincing. Check out some anatomy pictures to fix that. His arms are confusing me, too. Are they cut off at the elbow, and the veins are sort of leaking out, or do they continue down to the corners of the canvas? I think you need to do something with that... Maybe a pose similar to this, but with the hands in fists or something?