More studies and a doodle
The girl in #38 has a proportinally small head and her neck isn't centered, so it's a bit odd to look at, except these I find it to be one of the better ones, your figures always have too much softness/blurryness going on.
Keep doing those nice studies (Bridgman, Hampton, I like your choices ) and using what you learned. Well you know this well enough...
@shiNIN: Hey man, thank you for the feedback!
Had to take a little break from anatomy studies to free my mind but I´ll do as many as possible this weekend
But to not leave this post without drawings: some quick animal sketches, quick shoulders/backs repetition and a wip of a painting I´m working on atm to practice composition, cities and such thing
(Btw does anybody have any tips how to practice composition? Guess I need to re-read that chapter in Loomi´s book)
Last edited by Zidartha; August 3rd, 2012 at 11:28 AM.
oh, nice studies, keep working on your anatomy.
You have some cool textures in your portraits
@Matija Vuk: Thanks man! And I´ll do
Or actually I do, re-started Loomi´s Figure Drawing book. A bit sloppy because I tried to look less at the book while drawing instead of taking a look every 5 or 6 secs to challenge my brain a bit more xD
Your faces are very good! But I am not a fan of the "smiley face" thing you do when you don't complete a face... it can be quite distracting from the overall image. If you don't finish a face - just leave it! It's all progress in the grand scheme. Looking good so far - subscribed!