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I decided to post a thread since I am getting back into drawing again and trying to work through stuff and merge very different types of drawing into something that gels, so to speak.
Last edited by kaz0001; August 3rd, 2014 at 09:25 AM.
I enjoy sketching as a way to figure out what I am attempting to create. I am hoping to slowly get back into the groove seeing as I haven't drawn much in years. I'm mixing some stuff from the past 6 months and new stuff.
Last edited by kaz0001; August 3rd, 2014 at 09:35 AM.
Hmm...Don't know why my first post was deleted. Oh, well.
Last batch for now.
Hey there! I like the fluid way you drawed the hands with the white tie guy. The only three things I could think of is the back drawing in your first post, the dog hero thingy and the under the waterfall painting. The back should be more of a V-shape, look at some reference and you'll see that the area around the lower spine should be thinner. The pose this dog person has is kinda awkward, and what is he doing? If he is falling into the water why is there no splash on impact? Why is his shooting arm to the back? Is he trying to shoot someone? Why not look? Make the story more obvious. The underthewaterfall scene looks a bit washed out. And maybe you want that because of the rare lighting situation but the stone in the foreground should be somewhat darker (for composition and realism)
Hope this helps!
I would be happy if you could give me some feedback on my scetchbook : http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho....php?&t=280596
Composition 1.1: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...112&viewfull=1
Martin Frank covered most of it. I'd say your compositions and anatomy need work. Your anatomy is close but that just makes the little problems more obvious.
Thanks for the responses.
Martin- I agree with the structure issue of the figure. It's a good reminder to brush up. Thanks, again.
Cfhhunt- thanks for the feedback. I do have a question about the composition comment. Is there some basic problem you are seeing in the compositional studies?
Actually, looking again I'm suspecting the planes aren't separating particularly well(foreground, mid and back), perhaps that was the problem?
Anyway, I'm grateful for the feedback.
Ugh you had the same issue as me with the first post!! Mine keeps disappearing and coming back. Anyways! Really, really love your style. Cant wait to see more
Yes, it seems like some of them (not all) are don't necessarily flow and break some rules, like the rule of thirds. I'd say just read up on some composition stuff, Loomis's creative illustration has a good chapter on it.