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    COMIC BOOK CONCEPTS. Updated!!!!

    heres some new stuff of late..... my art teach wants me to draw a couple of pages.... here are some characters i was playing with......sorry for awful quality.


    heres my first attempt at a comic book page.... its for an art class....any suggestions? c&c needed please


    well here it is inked. the scan didnt turn out as well i thought it would, but didnt have time to fix it. you still get the idea though i guess. oh by the way, this is my first ink too..... still learning as a go.... please crit, need the help. hopefully i can the the color version soon too. ( or if anyone still wants to color it, be my guest!!!!


    assassin....


    some character ideas....




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    I dig these you've got some great design..think you should work on perspective a bit though and maybe some anatomy.. are you gonna ink these?

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    thanks a lot.... as far as perspective i really dont understand what you mean ( ive never been in an art class besides those dumb high school art classes where you dont learn much ) but i think your right about anatomy... ive been working on anatomy lately. still not great, but gettting there. and to answer your question, ill ink them if i can get around to it.... oh and by the way, if anyone wants to color the assasin.... be my guest!

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    I'd like to see a larger pic of the second one, can't really make out stuff very well. As for the first one, I quite like it. Not to rigid, nice weight. But, as always, keep practicing anatomy, it may get boring, but its well worth it.

    Keep it up man.

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    all things considered, how do you think my art looks? i havent taken any classes (besides high school art WOOT!) never done anatomy studies, or character studies, i just dunno where to start with that. am i on the right track?

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    the thing I was thinking about when I said perspective are the arms on the assasin..there is no depth in it so the arms look flat and one looks like it's coming out of his stomach..:p but some shading or somethin would help this I think! keep workin

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    I'm gonna guess that you have trouble drawing faces. Because every character has a mask that completely covers it, or has a totally inhuman face. You must work on that.

    Ditto on the foreshortening and anatmoy issues.

    Stylewise, it's pretty good. You've done some research on costume choices, which is good. A good artist always gets his refs. Keep drawing, you've got real potential.

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    yeah you got it..... im not the best at drawing faces.... not horrible but i dont really have a great nack for it yet.. can anyone help me with some tips on drawing faces.... also could i get some tips for drawing proportional heads.. thanks a ton! must keeeeep drawing......

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