Strela-Thanks for the crits, yea I really need to re-evaluate how I apply my values, and as far as the feet, I'd completely agree, I need to draw a lot more of them until I think I'll feel comfortable. Cheers.
Swede-Hahaha, little late but, drink up!
Lilnebo-I have to say, you kicked my ass in to gear seeing how hard you worked.
Kojot-Thanks man, cope+paste hand?
Jasper-Thanks for stopping by man, cheers!
Ryanoir-Cheers, thanks for stopping by
Mitze-Too true, too true and thanks!
Gogogojgojojogogo-JAAHAJAha cheers, the studio in neuberger.....
Nightblue-Cheers man, thanks for stopping by.
Konstruktion-Thanks man, I really dig your line work, liek, a lot.
KingKostas-Thanks, heeeerrrree we go, although its not much...
FiftyFortunes-Dooooo it, your welcome here anytime, where are you living by the ways?
Alright well I've got some pages to show but its not a whole lot, I've got an aaaaaaaaasssssss load of life drawings that I'm waiting to photograph, just gotta get them home from school. Other then that I've been super swamped with some work stuff and school to do much else, really really eally really need to get some anatomy going again as well as some still life stuff. Anyways, thanks for looking, some crits on these if you have them would be awesome, the miniature robot was just for fun, haven't painted any warhammer stuff in a longggggggg while.
wow, this is such a great sketchbook, anatomy studies look really good, and all the character concept are really great. And I laughed so hard the the ripping off pokemon head piece. Awesome sculptures also.
hey man thanks for the comment! appreciated! neat pencilwork, and that warhammer dude is extremely well painted! if i had more time and money id get some warhammer stuff for myself too, i really like playing WH40k! keep it up!
awww pooor pikachu! lovin the studies. keep those up!
did you use spraypaint on the warharmmer model? love the colors and your touches of detail on it.
remember to look at the head in 3d space. it's just like a cube or anything else. it has all the perspective rules applied to it the same as anything else. if you haven't checked out Loomis' Heads and Hands book, here's the link. study the head, eyes, and face constantly! never give up. this path you are learning now is half the fun of being an experienced artist. draw draw draw! :]