you gonna be really great if you continue like this
Your anatomy is getting pretty strong! I esp. like this one: your link. A few of your figures are looking a little stiff or awkward. For awkwardness try to think about how your figure is sitting on the ground, would they be able to stand like that or would they fall over? Think about where/how their weight is supported. For stiffness: your guess is as good as mine. Life drawing is supposed to help.
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Last edited by TheGnoll; January 18th, 2006 at 05:55 PM.
Am too lazy to open and view these, but from what I can see,....you rock and should not have too much trouble getting replies (by the time you get to your second page, latest). Also, post your work sawewise as you already did on post #12. Leaving c&c at other peoples sb's might help you spread the word of your existance on ca.org.
You seem to be a very promising artist, so it would be sad, did you not get the credit you deserve.
argh, indeed you are right about these damn thumbnails, it's just that i am soooo used to post thumbnails, i always end up doing it!
Anyway, what size can the pic be?
i'll try to just post those from the next one, i promise
thx anyway, i'll try to post around a little bit more^^
Ahh, no more thumbnails....hmmmmm what a delight
thx for droping by at my sb.
I've never tried photoshop, but I know there are great tutorials to be found on this forum. So your approach on last one's the best I'd say. (There's also something of a peergroup activity or something round here, where they have assignments on how to apply basics in photoshop)
The first two are sort of naive and cheesy. Besides that, I like how you tried to get some lighsource thing going on. I would not advise you to use black or greish colours (first pic) unless it's supposed to be a B&W picture. You could use dark blue tones for example or colouredgrey. You also could add some perceptual depth to these enviros. By the use of sfumato or warm tones in foreground and bluish in background. The moon on second one does not look like a moon colourwise and lightsources on sclouds are confusing, although I like the way you did em.
Will try to check in some time again. Wish you the best on your progress with photoshop.
thx again for the support blacky, i really appreciate it
The landscape look a bit cheesy cause they were for a school thing, i'll try to do something more interesting next time.Thanks a lot for the comments on the landscapes, ill keep what you said about lightsources, sfumato etc in mind
apart from that, i'm gonna slowly re-post all the pics and make the whole topic thumbnail free , then you all will have no excuses^^
really nice job ! your pretty original in your mythic beasts designs
my only crit, some of your older drawings seem a little flat , out of perspective. practicing simple forms in perspective would really help you add more bulk to your figures
keep it up !
really some of the older drawings are originally based on Warhammer Fantasy's Beastmen, but just the general concept, not the pic itself
I'll keep what you said about perspective in mind, i am already practicing,at the moment i'm studing Figure Drawing For all'its worth , by A.Loomis (great stuff).
Anyway thx for the comments (more more more )
Nice updates, miss background on last 3 though (or at least s.th. not to make em look like cut out from somewhere and pasted on blank sheet of paper)
Those pen lines give em nice contrast , so the're easier to read. (Great)
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