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Hi Everyone, i am studying anatomy and proportion of human and animal
please kindly give your opinion to improve my artwork and really appreciated to any comment and critique
Last edited by guugoo; March 21st, 2012 at 05:43 AM.
i decided to post my progress for personal project for Street fighter animation, here is the shot from my storyboard, please give me any comment and critique.
some rough sketches for street fighter character study
dragon rider WIP
forestdino:yeah, i try to make the character more weighted and muscular so they look abit short but this is just draft for character concept maybe later i will change the style, thanks for walking in man
You've got some great works here. I especially liked the storyboards. You have a good grasp gesture and 3d form, but the problem is that you're not apllying that knowledge to the whole picture while you draw. Try to simplify your forms when you draw. Study how it's done in animation. Do tons and tons of gesture drawings to losen up your linework more. I drew over your boards and added some notes on things I thought you could improve on. Hope you can get something out of it. Keep it up bro!
fantasyartist: thanks a lot fantasyartist, i'll make sure to revise the storyboard again, yes, i need to draw more to improve my linework, thanks again^^
the meeting/ sketches
ps cs5 - intuos 4
the flight sketches
this is a really good start to a sketchbook some nice concepts in here. fantasyartist has given you a bunch of good advice up there ^, and one thing he pointed out is you need to start applying your studies to your work. for example, on the first post you had these: http://attachments.conceptart.org/fo...1&d=1323783567 these are all pretty on with anatomy and proportion. i'm assuming you referenced them from somewhere? but then later on you had this image:
nicely composed, but the proportions on the woman are way off - you seem to have a tendancy to lengthen the body too much - the arm was too long, the elbow joint was stretched, the torso was too long... and the head was too small. i've had a go at fixing them in the paintover, but this is my first paintover and im not too good with anatomy myself. x)
also, the gun isnt actually pointed at the man - who i'm guessing is her target? instead, it's in a position that kinda implys you weren't sure how to do the arm in perspective. when you get stuck like that, try stopping what you're painting, looking up some reference photos, doing some quick studies from those and then coming back with the references to work on the painting again. this way, you fix the problem and also learn to draw something you had trouble with before.
i also increased the contrast; you tend to not put enough tonal variety in your pieces, which means they look washed out and grey all over. try doing some tonal studies, from life and references, and pay attention to where the darks and the lights lie and how dark/light they are.
i hope this helped a little overall just keep studying and painting!!
thanks a bunch Jessibelle, yeah, i just started to learn composition in long scene, as the pic above is for storyboard study, and thank for refine the proportion, haha, i did figure it out when i finished the sketch but didn't bother to redo.. i still learn to do heavily on image creation rather than proportion and anatomy as i paint alot, i believe i can get much attention on the subject itself. hmm, thanks again and come back to critique more^^
SF costume redesign
color study from transformer 3
Last edited by guugoo; March 19th, 2012 at 11:00 AM.
some study of the form and light..
These new paintings are great. I really like the first one of the back of the ship, the reds and blues look nice together. Those Chun-Li sketches are sick too. Keep up the good work!
"Diligence is the mother of good fortune."
- Miguel de Cervantes
Nice stuff. The last piece is Lol
thebigchild293: lol.. trying to quick paint and learn skin tone, still got so much stuff to do.. recently like to study from reference again.. hope could improve my form and lighting skill
speed painting from ref
getting addicted with the transformer scene XD here is the new one^^