Wow, got some sick stuff on here!
I really appreciate your comment on my thread, so long and detailed! I'll definitely try to focus more on the points you mentioned. thanks!
I would try to give you some advice as well but don't really know enough yet! maybe i'll return when i know what I'm talking about
Anyway, love your work and keep it up, I'll be watching
thank you very much for stopping by my sketchbook
i like the way you're using colours (love the wip) and especially the painting of the robot-girl and this one : http://attachments.conceptart.org/fo...1&d=1333739786 (which has got a pretty cool mood)
(also nice to meet another guy from germany)
good stuff you got here, keep on!
i'll have a look on your sb
On your last piece I would recommend you a few things:
Try to make linework a bit cleaner, less short shaky lines and instead long flowing ones will give it a much nicer appearance. I dont know if you own a tablet, but If you dont it makes a HUGE diference
Also when shading dont inmmediatly associate white = light, black=shadow. Study real life or photos and see how shadows and light are not pure white/black, see how a blue fabric would have deep dark blue shadows, a paler maybe less saturated highligts...
I have 0 knowledge on manga, but If its the style you like, study from Manga "masters" and see how they handle color and shading.
Yup now that Im checking it on my laptop I can see its not completely black but a dark blue
The important thing is that you are conscious of what you need to improve, so if you keep working you will constantly do better and better things! will keep an eye out on your sketchbook to make sure you do!
Tomorrow I will do some stuff on real paper with pencils. I don't often do that, so don't expect too much If I feel like, I'll probably even start a bigger, complex sketch!!
hey would be nice to see that
ou and i like the shape you got there
i admire people who are able to draw guns and robots and such
especially since i'm pretty sure to be completely unable to do them myself