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    WWII Soldier WIP (big DL) **UPDATE**

    K, first pic i plan to do on more than one day

    Decided to post several WIP steps if someone is interested - any tips, crits and comments are apreciated!

    Step 1 rough sketch
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    Step 2 darkening colours and defining helmet shape
    WWII Soldier WIP (big DL) **UPDATE**

    Step 3 finishing the helmet (hopefully )
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    Step 4 getting a first face shape
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    Step 5 getting face finished (4 now)
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    That's it so far - more steps tomorrow

    edit: upps forgot to mention i use a ref for this one!!:chug:

    Last edited by marc-pierre; January 23rd, 2004 at 07:07 PM.
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    Just a quick couple of comments.

    Don't begin working on details before you've laid in the rough tones, colours etc. The image is very messy, and its hard to make out the basic anatomy and lighting.

    Plus the anatomy looks off, he appears to have a rather large head (even without the helmet). This makes him look almost like a young 'boy' soldier.

    my sketches here... http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=92997

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    thx 4 the tips first, sevans!!

    I know that normally i should work from basic forms and colours to the details - but as far as i am using a ref 4 that one i thought it will be alright when i just lay down the very basic shape, as i got the source 4 lightning n stuff - plus i am still on my way finding the best working draw method 4 me, so this is a kinda experimental. (but i have to committ that im very into details and cant wait to start with em )

    The big head u mentioned i'm aware of - i will overdraw the body shape again so it ll fit to the head - the only thing i m a kind of worried about is the helmet to head proportion; u think it fits or is the helmet 2 big??

    By the way: This is supposed to be a young soldier - but not that young i guess

    thx again 4 ur comment! :chug:

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    kk next step - smallered the helmet and started with the shoulders
    WWII Soldier WIP (big DL) **UPDATE**

    next one - finished the backpack
    WWII Soldier WIP (big DL) **UPDATE**

    upper body quiet finished
    WWII Soldier WIP (big DL) **UPDATE**

    added some more detail - and stronger shadows
    WWII Soldier WIP (big DL) **UPDATE**

    hopefully the rest will be done tomorrow - any more crits=?

    kk, finished the soldier 4 now can be viewed there:
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    might use this one in a bigger scene, but need to work on sth different first

    Last edited by marc-pierre; January 24th, 2004 at 12:50 PM.
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