Ok, I am reworking an idea to illustrate a goblin hunter wandering in a valley, this is my 1 minute sketch, I need to know if the "overall" FORM and PERSPECTIVE are correct.
And I need to have some comments about the pose, is it good?
I know this is very sketchy but b4 I develop sketch I need to know the above mentioned things. Please excuse the string/spear but it's the least of my worries now
After I get some creative feedback I'll start working on anatomical details and clean it up.
Here it is, ha ha ha:
The way his left arm is foreshortened doesn't correspond with his head or whatever his head is facing.
Is this better now?
Much better. I'd love to give some creative feedback, but there's not much to feed back on yet. Keep posting updates though.
Seems to me the basic linework is done. Looks good,continue on the next step.
I started doing basic shading on the goblin, and for now i'm keeping him black and white...later i'll decide what colour his skin will be.
I took a photo on my cell of my b/f doing that pose so I can figure out better how the light/shading and muscles work.
Here I "blobed" out a rough shape...
And here I am going smoother and more detailed on the shading...
Later I will give his skin more varied tones and much later i'll do a background.
Please give me any comments/crits if you have any, thanks.
his feet could use some more length, and his hand thats supposed to be holding something is pretty off. i recommend reference for that. but so far what you have is a really good start. hes turning out more like an elf rather than a goblin. goblins are notorious for bad posture - often sporting hunched backs, attrophied or mutilated/deformed limbs and faces, and are generally short and stumpy. not too late to change your thread title