tho again i got 1 crit that counts for them all i guess.. it seems they hold there weapons strangely.. i mean.. they stand quite relaxst tho there weapon is aiming high.. that means they should flex some muscles.. tho we can't see that. keep that in mind.. lifting a weapon aint that easy, as they are normally quite heavy. so those ppl should flex there muscles to lift them.. and if they are in a resting pose they don't raise there weapons they point to the ground.. that will give u a more natural feel to the entire pose i guess.. but that just my amateur look at it .. good updates..
and u aint lazy.. u spend a lot of time on this forum and reading and replaying with usefull posts that make ppl like u!! that means u aint lazy so just pick up the fucking oils and start with them.. paint some gore, voilence and sex!!!
are you serious with that about the age omg i just thought that you are in 17 or younger but anyways your art really awesome my friend especially the way of drawing and comics looks very attractive to the eye
Ahhh Plissken, you're recent updates shows me you continue to share in the love and fascination for the absurd, bordering on downright mad. cheers!
My only critique for you at the moment might be to explore the muscles, or the various forms and surfaces inside the outline of the figure, really add some mass to those already MASSIVE tits, which by the way..keep it up, you better not stop drawing them!
Oh, did you soak those pages in watercolor, i'm interested to know the technique, looks create with the char sketches?
As always, keep it up, and thanks a ton for the continued support. Really keeps me coming back!
Glad to see you are still working with it. Being good at this is hard, but starting something up in the art world and working to get there is too, if not more so. Impressive work starting out.
I guess if I was to suggest something is do some life drawing. Find a place where people hang out or lounge and do some stick figures just paying attention to proportions and (since it is summer and people will be earing sleevless shirts in lots of places) how their muscles move under their skin. One of the hardest things is getting 2D static images to feel alive. Studies really help with that!
Good work so far. Interested to see where you are going with it all. Sometimes that is the best, just watching and seeing how much people improve over time. Keep the faith, yo!
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I enjoy looking at your random goodness. Your sketch studies may not be much, but it's like an explosion of ideas from your mind.
And I'm drawn to this dark style you have. Really like the heavy industry influenced designs and the characters that looks as though they're flesh is slowly rotting away.
Also, it's nice to see that you're playing up with different body types instead of drawing the same ol' boring hourglass shape for your women. I currently see some rectangular and pear-shaped bodies. Play up different shapes of bodies some more, but that doesn't mean you have to give up the big boobies you like drawing.
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Hey plissken! Good to see you're practising daily. It sucks when you feel your work isnt up to your own standards. But that feeling usually means you're at the verge of a breakthrough. Well, thats what i tell myself anyway so keep at it and with every piece ask yourself, why arent you happy? Finding a piece by someone else that does meet your criteria and comparing it to your own can be insightfull here too.
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