Haven't done an environment in a while, thought this one came out ok.
hey man your doing great, keep it up with the studies, its the fastest way to improve. The latest enviro is great, you kept a cold palette and it works very well with the shapes, we can feel the cold ! You will improve fast at this rate, keep in mind that you will reach your goals, its just a matter of time and hardwork. No specific crits, just give all you got to each of your drawing ;P
great work!!! great studies of the human figure are i really like your environments. keep drawing alot!! its the foundation and the more solid it is the faster you will learn and greater you qill be at producing good work
SKETCHBOOK -> http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...=195781&page=9
Thank you all for the encouragement, I really appreciate it
I just wanted to show you guys some cool stuff I got in the mail today. I got one of those 18 inch tall Spiderman figures which have 67 points of articulation (I think), I figured it'd be fun to mess around with and find cool poses, even if his proportions are that of a superhero :p
The other thing I got is a polystyrene head which is meant for putting wigs/hats on but I'm gonna shine lights on it and use it as reference for when drawing people in perspective etc.
Last edited by JonathanMacgregor; December 12th, 2011 at 12:45 PM. Reason: Whoops forgot to add the photos
These first 2 studies are of the Spidey figure, after that I tried to do more but my anatomy knowledge isn't good enough to "fix" the inconsistencies in the figure so they looked terrible (so I won't bother uploading them)... I did the studies of the guy with the gun to punish myself for sucking.
I'd like some crits on this so I'll post it in the crit section too, I was a bit unsure about the lighting and some of the anatomy (how to paint the ass next to a leg from that perspective). Also, I don't know shit about colour.