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    Byron Satens Work in Progress

    Hers just a few of my current works in progress. I'd love to here and comments or feedback .
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    You have posted a way too large version ,can you post each images at a smaller size so we can see the whole characters at a glance?
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    1. Resize your images, I can see only a corner of it on a 1920-pixel-wide monitor and have to scroll around.

    2. Study the basics: perspective, structure, lighting, and anatomy. All four need a ton of improvement in this drawing
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    how do you even post images that big? if im working 300 dpi i cant really post anything bigger than 1200 x 900.

    first of all i can tell theres a lot of empty space in that image on top, so crop it so the character only has like an inch or two room at the sides from the widest points. i would also only recommend posting something like 700-800 pxls tall.
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    I'm not sure how those images were that big, when i uploaded them last night they were way smaller on my screen
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    Work on your anatomy and values. The first pic is bugging me a lot with the gear placement as well. Why bother with a VFG so close to the magwell? The pads on the knees and elbows are also turned awkwardly. And as usual, please, keep that boogerhook off the trigger.
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    Thanks for the feedback, I changed up the padding a little bit and changed the front grip so its now part of the magazine well. I'm not sure how i can portray the finger hovering over the trigger and not resting on it.
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    hes looking a bit massive for his head, and just a bit elongated in general.
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    Thanks for the paint over! I adjusted some of the proportions, he still might be a little tall. I have a problem with is front arm, it looks flat to me and I'm not sure how to fix it so it looks more natural.
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    camera, mirror and something gun like (even if its a wooden stick) try to make the proper hand shape as if you where holding a gun. that may help you out.
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    Also check out the stock art resources on Deviantart,
    plenty of guys posing with guns there.
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    Cool

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    Also check out the stock art resources on Deviantart,
    plenty of guys posing with guns there.
    yeah or that could be easier, depends how much you like role-play. I mean yeah what he said!
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