yeah I was having doubts about one arm holding the rope. Thank you very much for the paint over. I'll get on it as soon as I can.
hey that first one is coming along nicely!! Master's paint over seems to have helped out quite a bit. Don't worry about those lines. Nothin photoshop can't fix!! lol
yeah ghostlines don't really matter at all. New version looks a lot better. I like the design of the girl with the strap across her chest, weird place for one though. Cool nonetheless.
When you do an action pose. Try to compose it with more curves and lines that aren't parallel . On your piece with the whipsword http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d43/Okinako/26a.jpg
the shoulder and hip lines have the same direction and the short sword, head, chest, and pelvis all line up in a straight line. Remember that curves and opposing thrusts create eye movement, which is what you want. Look through a comic book with a lot of action in it and observe the lines for the spine, limbs, shoulder, and hip.
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Anyway, about http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d43/Okinako/28a.jpg
The girl's left eye looks a little too big compared to her right (not much though), and you may want to increase the distance between the tip of her nose and the upper lip somewhat. I've noticed this in some of your other sketches as well.
But nice work overall I really like your latest creative pieces, by the way. Keep 'em coming.
Aye have fun there mate.
Loving alot of your pieces and I think its great that your pushing dynamic poses in each one keep it up mate.
Much, much better Oki I actually enjoy a couple in your last post.
Great improvement and keep doing whatever you are doing.
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I like the wireframe models, especially http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d43/Okinako/40a.jpg (top right). The lower right leg of the kneeling man seems a bit short to me though.
Love this one, very clean style (but the eyes look a bit slanted I think). Nice costumes as well, keep going
The eyes are something I practice so much because I hear they're important so i guess i'll practice them more. Costumes are fun to design, I'm getting an understanding more or less of what works and what doesn't.
Here's the second part of my work while I was away dont mind the notes ^_^ and most of these were before what i put in the first part, so they're less skillful T_T
And now for some paint practice in corel painter IX
Using wet oils and the palette knife.
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