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Perhaps her lower legs look a little short.
looking good. I think you should use some refs to push the rendering of shoes and costume
facial expressions in the lower image is great. Looking forward to the final result.
You got some cool ideas. The Scene with the petrol can is very storytelling.
Very nice. I like it better without the bunny.Personally I do not like too much blood and body parts. I like the idea of a shoe better. Maybe you can do something that casts a shadow on the wall.
I like the character and outfit especially his headwear. Perhaps you can extend the canavas on top.
Nice. Maybe you can do the seams and folds of his costume even more subtle
Great scene No doubt what type of guys they are, and what they do. Maybe the main character's upper body looks a bit big compared to the lower body.
I see it too. I think the legs are a little too short and could be stretched down a touch but you could get away with it as it stands.
However I definitely believe his feet need to be bit larger/longer.
Because the torso and arms and hands are lovely and long and the legs and feet just don't match. If you imagine that arm stretched out you'd think he was almost touching his knees.
Other than that he looks beautiful to me. Great design!
I would also suggest to MatejaPetkovic that the weight of the figure is imbalanced. I think he looks as though he's about to tip forward, or that the leg coming in front isn't far forward enough if you've got his other leg back that far.
First time attempting one of these (or first time posting anything). Unfortunately don't think I'll have time to finish before tomorrow due to work but thought I would put this out there. I was going for a 50's-60's housewife (Donna Reed type) that is slowly poisoning her family with the roasts for dinner. Just a quick sketch but hopefully I'll get to finish it!!