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June 16th, 2012 #1
[kid with parents]
I marked this nsfw but, it's just nude because it's unfinished. I wanted to make the big people have normal anatomy b ecause it's a huge weakness of mine, any help would be appreciated. It will probably become an illustration in color. I started it in the car last night and there was actually a baby in the backseat with me, which may have inspired this.
Thanks a lot in advance! I know my level is very low compared to the majority of conceptart!
I'm new here. My young-adult sci fi webcomic, Firework, may be found here. It's not very good. Thanks in advance for helping me become a better artist.
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Your proportions are wrong for all three figures. Are you using reference? If not, please start. Make sure you pay attention to the proportions in your reference, measure things against other things so that you make them the right shape and size and put them in the right place.
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June 16th, 2012 #3
Thanks, I think I kind of see what you meant. I tried to edit some of the proportions and looked at references, but without knowing exactly where I needed to fix things, it was tough. Here's the current sketch:
midnight update, finished clothing, details. I know it probably still has a lot of proportion errors I'm too fail to see. Better luck next time--and I'm going to enjoy coloring this! Thanks for your help!
Last edited by powerful.pineapple; June 17th, 2012 at 02:02 AM.I'm new here. My young-adult sci fi webcomic, Firework, may be found here. It's not very good. Thanks in advance for helping me become a better artist.
June 17th, 2012 #4
Hello mr. pineapple
Even though you said you're finished with this I just have to add that you really need to look at more pictures of children. I don't know how old your child is supposed to be, but small children usually are way more chubby than adults and also have much bigger heads in comparison to their bodies than adults have.
Take a look at the link below and you see what I mean. (I think it's actually from a Loomis book, so those can be worth checking out as well.):
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