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Thread: Risaki-chan's Digital WIPs
June 17th, 2012 #27
I don't know if you're going for actor likeness in the image, but Thor's forehead/face angle looks off, giving him a pretty boyish look, compared to the actual character or the actor:
And with Loki, quick comparison between the image and the photo show that you've made his jaw and nose much larger, but to me a bigger problem is the angle of the eyes and lips, because you otherwise seem to follow the photo pretty straightly but then change those (though the angle of the lips is very faint and subtle, but its lacking in your image flattens it quite a bit)
It just feels that you didn't construct your faces properly and thus miss the angles and planes of the faces.
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June 19th, 2012 #28
thanks TinyBird i actually noticed some of the mistakes you mentioned before and done some liquifying but your comment helped me a lot
Chow entry i'm trying to do theme is "Keymaster"
pose from posemianiacs
June 19th, 2012 #29
some other overwiew on Keymaster
pose on the left was from posemaniacs the back view was me imagining how it should look like
and next progress
Last edited by Risaki-chan; June 19th, 2012 at 09:28 AM.
June 19th, 2012 #30
i think i will change the "final" pose from sitting to standing
what do you think?
June 19th, 2012 #31
I agree with what people have been telling you but I think you can pace yourself in practicing those things > < It'll feel more natural to you in due time. As long as you don't rush too much as compared to actually feeling like you are progressing.
I really love how you drew the Keymaster! Nice poses :> Honestly, I like how you draw the legs and eyes.
Good luck with your journey in art and I look forward to more of your art whenever you feel like posting ' v ' b
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June 19th, 2012 #32
Kouii thank you very much for those kind words, i know i have problems with anatomy and that i maybe focus too much on details, but i love painting details and it's difficult for me no to.
Eh.. but i know all this advices even ones that are reverse to my beliefs will be good for me in future, so i'm trying hard to work on it!
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June 19th, 2012 #33
At some point I think we realize that sometimes things that we don't like as much to do or things that are contrary to our beliefs of practice can be the things that actually help us.
(I actually have trouble with details xDD)
Hang in there! I know you'll be fine
June 19th, 2012 #34
it's actually first time that i'm painting without clear lineart, it's kind of new to me but it's going better than i thought
7 elements : Fire, Air, void, wood earth, water, metal
June 19th, 2012 #35
Whoa. That's mesmerizing :> Love the background and the pattern.
Yea, painting without lineart can be a challenge but it's also pretty fun! :>
Looks nice so far.
Good luck with the lights and darks as it looks like this one is going to be quite a challenge ; v ; b
June 20th, 2012 #36
Still the same problems.
I recommend switching to pencil drawing, and practicing drawing simple everyday objects in perspective - books, mugs, teapots. You are trying to run before you've learned to walk, and it doesn't seem to work out.
June 21st, 2012 #37
Yep i will
but in the meantime the chow entry
the elements keys on my pic are
Air - Wood - Fire - Water - Metal - Earth - Void
June 28th, 2012 #38
I have never been a landscape type of artist but i think that maybe i should change it . I installed an Art Rage and this is a Mountain Wip
June 28th, 2012 #39