Tackling the tough stuff...
Kens nose and right thumb are broken.
But still intense shit man...keep it up, you're improving so fast!
nice foreshortening on ken's right arm but if you look at it closely-- it seems a bit flat? not sure if it's just me, but try to think of the limbs in simple 3D shapes (cylinders perhaps?). i know, i need to do this myself as well but try drawing some cylinders in different perspectives. should help! now.. if i can just do that as well ...
Happy new year! You are improving so much!! Keep on the right path!
Thanks for visiting my sketchbook! Your pencil studies are looking great so far, but I'd just be careful with your shoulders. They seem to slope down too far, and they're not really broad enough to belong to a muscular man. Your forearms also tend to be quite large sometimes. I would definitely try to fit some arm studies into your schedule. However, your noses are coming along nicely!
oh noes 3 stars xD nah I dont care. With exams rolling in next week, I won't have a chance to do more studies. Why self portrait so hard, I keep failing at making my eyes...asian? Ha!
@Silwynar Whooo to draw
@Psychobuddy "I improve by not improving!" hehe
@teapo Thanks mike! I gotta do more foreshortening studies.
@Sushy Thanks sushy
@Wingal Thannnnkkss Wingal!
@tempest-haze Hey!! Totally agree with the deltoid region, gotta work on that. Thanks for stopping by!
Last edited by rinnikirun; January 25th, 2012 at 11:16 PM.
Long time no see dude! nice work while I was gone xD
About your latest updates- I agree with p-sage xD were you drawing while laying your head down? I do that sometimes and it turns out way stretched to one side >w<
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Work's looking great! You've got a good handle on line and figures. You seem to be having a spot of trouble with heads, but getting them to look right in perspective can be hard. Study Loomis as much as you can for this. Learn the basic planes of the face and go from there. If you can get the basic planes to look right in perspective it's just a matter of breaking things down from there.
Also, excellent hand studies! I don't really have any complaints on these. It's good that your attacking hands so enthusiastically! That'll save you a lot of trouble in the future.
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