started from the bottom now were here...
nice sense of mass and form in these drawings.
i must crit on the fact that both of these poses are really, really boring. try not to have people/creatures standing straight and facing the viewer. also avoid the profile views. i really like the way you render things with your pen/pencil, you should do a tutorial. keep it up-
mm mmmm... that last post is delicious. more plz!!
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I really like these - I like how you manage to contain your details within elegant forms. One minor crit is that a few of your poses are a little flat. Try pushing perpective and using the placement of feet to add depth.
Once again - very good work!
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Delicious indeedOriginally Posted by curing laziness
Pretty amazing imagination and execution!
Ok i need to admit something I havent been pushing myself hard enouph or atleast i dont feel i have. For a long time my excuse had been " well Im a 3d modeler and my drawings only function as a means to get ideas from. The truth is i was drawing before i touched a computer and even though digital sculpting and modeling is focus for me Iv just been friggin lazy. I have been doing alot conceptual sketching but as far az composition goes i havent been putting enouphe life into the sketches.Im going to study Dynamic gesture drawing a little more extensivly until every sketch that i put up expresses some form of motion or dynamic expression!
tss... newbie my ass. These sketches are incredible.
Dude this the stuff is tight, keep it up
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