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    Crit needed (Closed)

    Last edited by zomg; June 22nd, 2012 at 03:41 AM.
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    Do you have thumbs for this, or references or even an undersketch?
    There's so much wrong with the perspective and anatomy in this.

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    @tinybird : No ... i have been doing some pose studies ... and wanted to test myself with no reference ... I know that the entire upper part of the body is bigger than it should be ... I tried to foreshorten the arm which would make it look bigger and making him lean forward but ended up making the whole thing bigger ... As for the perspective its my first try at this kind of perspective

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    Quote Originally Posted by zomg View Post
    @tinybird : No ... i have been doing some pose studies ... and wanted to test myself with no reference ... I know that the entire upper part of the body is bigger than it should be ... I tried to foreshorten the arm which would make it look bigger and making him lean forward but ended up making the whole thing bigger ... As for the perspective its my first try at this kind of perspective
    If it's your first time with this sort of perspective angle then I'd figure it'd make sense to get a proper ref for it? Like get an action figure, pose it and draw studies of it, as well as any photos you can get. You can't just whip up quality with a first try. Also if you're aware of mistakes like the arm and body, why didn't you fix them?

    Also "some pose studies" is pretty ambiguous. Could you post them in your Sketchbook or something?

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    You need to rework it with correct perspective. I don't think the current version is salvageable, so start with a new sketch. This kind of scene depends on correct perspective, so it's best to get it right before you begin painting.

    If you are not sure how to build a perspective, I recommend Norling's book "Perspective Made Easy".

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    Yeah now its too late to change ... I m gonna keep practicing and give attention to perspective next time. Thanks guys for all your crits.

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