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    Please destroy me

    Hello all. I've been casually drawing here and there since I was a kid. Never took it too seriously, although lately I've been considering a career in the concept art field. I've always been a hardcore gamer/moviegoer so I think I know what the people want, I just need to work on my drawing.

    I want you guys to be brutal with my work, tell me what you think. I can handle it. I don't mind being punked and in fact I find some of the insulting comments funny sometimes, so don't hold back.

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    None was drawn with reference BTW, aside from looking up the type of armor the succubus and voidwalker wear in the game. All stances are done from memory.

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    Come on guys, give me a critique

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    If you seriously want to improve, drawing warcraft characters is not the best way to go about this. Especially if you use no reference.

    You should also try and refine your anatomy before jumping straight into color. Speaking of which, try working with black and white first. One of your problems is that there is not a large range of dark and light, if you desaturate your images you'll find that they will mostly be the same gray color with little variation.

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    ur anatomy needs work in general, trying to use references or copy realistic images. i've started the bridgman's books myself and already have a headache from the overflow of anatomical knowledge lol. once u feel like u can copy well, start drawing from life.

    i would recommend copying other artist's work more for now. you are still a very new artist...look at styles u like and try to copy/understand them for awhile.

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    I would recommend posting these in the WIP section you will get more feedback there. But yeah, you need a sense of light and the anatomy is lacking.

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    You need to study from life.

    Do Figure Drawings hardcore
    learn color theory
    Understand how light work.

    Book to study form
    Bridgman's Complete Guide to Drawing From Life http://www.amazon.com/Bridgmans-Comp.../dp/0806930152
    Andrew Loomis figure for all it's worth
    you have get that book online just do a search.

    you need to do alot of anatomy studies. double the amount of drawing you do each day. and also check this site out http://www.drawing-tutorials-online.com/public/main.cfm

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    Thanks for the responses.... I picked up some anatomy books and I will use your guys' advice... thanks

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