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May 5th, 2009 #1
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May 6th, 2009 #3
Hey there! I think im in your critque group (correct me if im wrong, muzzoids right?)
I notice in your drawing above you've feathered your lines alot, i can get why you do this (because its hard not to) but if you try to capture form in as few lines as possible, you'll learn slightly quicker the form (rather then trying to find them with multiple line) and your sketches will have a nicer quality to them!
Not much to crit so far so keep it up!
May 6th, 2009 #4
Pic : thanks for the tip! this is really good advice, keep it coming!
here's a comic I'm doing for technologyknoightsroundtable
It's still a WIP, and I've got a lot more work left (values, letters, refining etc.)
Last edited by Vatsel; May 6th, 2009 at 03:08 PM.
May 6th, 2009 #5
May 6th, 2009 #6
Try and get rid of your lines and pay more attention to how you are shading the forms. Also watch your materials, everything looks like its the same material. Focus on your speculars and so on.
You know what i really want to see you go and do some still life studies!
May 7th, 2009 #7
May 7th, 2009 #8
Hells yeah man! thats the stuff!
Im still not 100% sure what it is made of, mahogony, wax ect? But that might be more the object than the painting.
Now go apply what you learn there you an imagination painting . I find that i learn the most when i do a study then go and immediatly apply it.
Last edited by Muz; May 7th, 2009 at 11:42 AM.
May 7th, 2009 #9
Really looking nice brewin! There seems to be a highlight missing along the neck, but that might just be me, and i think perhaps you've missed some shadow where it sits on the table, but i can see the table wasn't your focus.
May 7th, 2009 #10
May 8th, 2009 #11
May 8th, 2009 #12
On your concept design there, I'm reading the creature as giant, and the gun on his back as medium sized.
Which confuses me, they seem to not be in scale with each other.
The gun could be giant as well i suppose, but then the creature would be massive and its legs don't seem like it could support that. I think maybe you could tweak the housing part of the mounted gun and make it slightly smaller as well as thickening the creature legs to make the scale of the creature larger
May 8th, 2009 #13
Hey dude this latest concept is great
We discussed it on msn already but from the front view i think the creature is indeed like PIC said not able to support its body!
Take a look at the komodo dragon picture i send you!
The legs you made now are just to narrow and to stiff along his body.
But like i already said!
This concept is cool and i bet its gonna look great!
May 12th, 2009 #14
May 12th, 2009 #15
hey man, good to see u picked up doing a portrait.
First things that came to mind are.. im not being cruel this is just tips aye
The skincolor is waaaaay to pale,, or you are dead?
The lips are to thin and to cold.. put some more warm tints in there to make it look alive.
I think the light and dark contrast could be a bit more extreme so u get rid of the flat look.
i think you couldve put in a bit more work,, but its good practice anyway
Keep working hard!!
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