Hi Voraz. Good start. It took me a couple looks to realize what some of these pictures were of. I suggest working on proportions just a tad more before you get into detail (i know it's the funnest part!! )
It all depends on what you're going for, as well, to what advice can be given.. What style are you going for?
You are good with colors.
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I, thanks for your comments.
Cobi- about the style I am going for I really don't know, I like to paint and in that I like the impressionists, though I don't think my things are impressionist. But what I relly like is comics, and I don't think I haven't done enough to say I have a defined style, I have never really thought about it, I know are I like but are a lot of completelly diferent things .
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You've got some nice ideas in here, man. But I'm gonna say it because someone is bound to anyhow... there are some pretty bad proportion issues in here at times. Perhaps some more anatomy and in depth study might help you correct those things. For example, in the last one, her head is far too small or her body to big among other things. And some life studies definately wouldn't hurt. Drawing from life and refin' some anatomy is a fool proof way to improve your stuff. Trust me. It'll help! Keep up the great work ethic.
Hi, Voraz ! Hungry about art, he ? There's a lot of good stuff here, I love your oils and your sketches studies a lot ! But when you draw in a "comic book" way, quality seems lower. Focus on the stance, even if you don't have ref. Don't worry about what I wrotte, I've got the same problem ! And again: GREAT studies and oils here !
Keep posting, Dude !