Last edited by mull77; April 9th, 2009 at 07:33 AM.
ah very nice... definately be watching this one. Well done all around, though your hands dont seem to be up to the level of everything else. I especially like the ones where you're added dark and light tones... making me want to get a sketchbook with mid-tone paper. Please, baby, don't stop.
Wow, mull77. Your work is quite good. I like your creatures. And nice shading, especially on that one with the gas mask and hood. Quality!
rhymes with "pie" damn it!
if i could draw, i'd be an artist right now
Thanks a lot!
Ferg & Kie: You spotted my little hand problem then? (not that i have little hands, but have a little problem with them.......you know what i mean )
It's the same with feet, and i know i should push myself to sketch them more.
xXMizu_NinjaXx: Just paper and pencils, and photoshop for colours. That's going to change hopefully as i've just got my first Wacom. Hard to get used to!
Here's the result:
Last edited by mull77; August 18th, 2005 at 08:43 PM.
More tablet fun:
real great!! i agree with the hands crit. but nothing more to add. just asspatting show us more.
my old sketchbook
Nice work, love the clean style! Only thing I would have to say is to really pay attention to details in your anatomy, especially the faces. Hands and feet can be somewhat "stylized" but facial anatomy has to be dead on and it seems to be a little off in some of the sketches. But that's what a sketchbook is for, right?!? To work out all that stuff and learn!
Great work though, very nice!
"I don't know half of you half as well as I should like; and I like less than half of you half as well as you deserve."
Thanks again for the kind words everyone!
Smeagol71: The hands and feet issue is just laziness on my part to be honest and something i'm hoping that this sketchbook will help me get past.
Anyway, here's one more:
let me know what i can do to improve the colouring as i'm still a bit of a beginner in that respect.