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some shloppy enviro sketches... trying to get better! (and maybe enter this weeks EOW, its a partner one -team ups- so hopefully ill have a partner soon because i need to get into environments alot more.
looking good man! so much improvement since my last visit!
The traditional sketches are looking better and better.Maybe one suggeston for you humans would be to think less of anatomical "bits and pieces" stuck on top of a mannequin frame and more like an animator, with forms flowing into one another following the rhythm of the pose (having a clear idea of what you want to draw before starting helps-sounds dumb but focusing on words and verbs rather that blocks and muscles helps).
As a way of checking on your own progress and find out what your weak points are, you should give yourself some kind of project (comic pages, a series of characters from the same world etc) with deadlines.Start building a portfolio, no matter if you feel ready or not.If you finish something, you either end up with something that looks bad (and learn tons from it) or something that looks good (and that can help you find actual work).Apart from portfolio building its a way of getting out of the pin-up/anatomy study/random studies rut and challenge yourself in new ways!
TheGnoll - hey man, thanks for stopping by! and a huuuuge thanks for your very kind words!! your right too, it is time i began to put myself out there, and i do need to start to putting together a portfolio! i will attempt to work on that, and i appreciate the words man!! really means alot!!
woah been a while since I've last been in here and you got tons better good stuff man, those sketchbook pages are sweet. just two things i noticed from the last couple pages:
your torsos from imagination are looking very flat. the pecs, shoulders, abs, everything is on the same plane. take a quick look in the mirror and you'll see what i mean. and just be careful not to make things too saturated. a little bit is fine, but when everything is highly saturated, nothing is.
other than that things are looking good. keep it up
lancer_idenoure - yea man! very good call on both. i dont know why i always flatten my characters sooo much its ridiculous... thats from being out of life drawing for a few years... thatll teach me to leave. and your 100% on point about the saturation and how less can be more. focal points. thanks man!!
Veshkau - im honored! your improving at a physically alarming rate haha. killing it bro.