The more I do the better I get.
Hi fellas, welcome to my sketchbook ! My name is Lukas Jurco and I am from Slovakia. I study Promotional Graphic, but I realised that I'd love to create a new things, worlds and all of that movie and game industry stuff. I hope you are gonna like it here and please write CRITIQUE A LOT! Seriously, I need to get better
I'll try to upload stuff daily.
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Personal project of some steampunk assassin...
Here're my enviroment sketches I'm going to finish in photoshop soon.
Well, welcome to this place, hope you'll enjoy hanging around. Nice start to your sketchbook, i think you're the type that goes for a lot of detail? You seem to be doing wel with that. In those figures you could watch out for balance and proportions, keep the general figure in view. Keep on posting!
I like the design you made for the assassin, but his pose could be improved. he's for the most part standing straight up and down, which isn't a very exciting pose but that's forgivable because of the complex design. the problem is his one leg that is slightly crouching. It looks more relaxed or perhaps more tensed than the rest of his body; it should either be standing straight up or his whole body should be in a more active position like the leg.
here's a couple tutorials on posing, i suggest doing lots of gesture drawings from the links in my signature if this is something you want to work on. You might also want to consider getting Walt Stanchfield's Drawn to Life books.
Teh environments look cool, it'll be interesting to see where you take them.
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walmut - Yeah you are right about those details. Every time I start with some design I sketch a first thumbnail or loose sketch and than i break it down to a single parts like hands and feet and than I try to pose that figure fit them on it...
Vertical- Thanks for critique I really appreciate your advice. Actually I made that assassin a month ago and that was before I found ArtsyPoses(there is also drawing tool) and Gnomon tutorials by David Finch. But your links really awesome! Expecially drawing tools...there are no animals on Artsy poses. Thx for those I'll upload some sketches soon...
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