My later drawings are farther back in this thread around page 3. Please let me know what you think.
Here is a link to my nude artwork....
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You need to work on your anatomy - especially faces. A lot of your faces seem lifeless and somewhat innacurate. I don't know if you've noticed, but a lot of your faces also look the same. Try using a references of a diverse array of facial structures - it will help to broaden your horizons.
You also seem to like smudging. Sometimes it works, sometimes it looks messy. Do you smudge with your fingers? If you do, you may want to invest in a smudge stick instead. You can get them for under a dollar at your local art store.
Beyond the nitpicks, you're certainly off to a good start. Hope I was able to shed some insight. Keep it up!
Thanks for looking Ryn. I will keep your points in mind. Some of the shading was formed from my scanner though due to the over size of some of the drawings.
I really like that dude with the up-side-down turned crosses... what's his name know, can't remember. Great work anyway, keep practising.
That would be King Diamond.Originally Posted by Sarcophagus
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Oh yeah. Prefer Dark Funeral thoughOriginally Posted by katsgod
Really nice Spawn drawings, Spawn happens to be one of the world's greatest characters and you sure have made him justice.
Hey Katsgod Nice start you've got here.... Darkness is fun. No crits really that havnt been already said. Looking forward to seeing more of your work.
Btw whos the girl in the black top and blue jeans? just wondering cuz you have her as a ref a couple of times.
She is just a girl I know.Originally Posted by Ink_Monkey
Great use of references
Yo katsgod. Big gallery here.
Try to put some text next to your drawings I don't know which are recent and what's old.
The reference drawings are great.
I think your colored work will jump out more when you try to color with paint/inks/big markers/ballpoint instead of those color pencils. Colorpencils do the job but they always will give a soft color.
Do you have also digital painting skills?
"Create like a god, command like a king, work like a slave."
No digital skills...I am basicly self tought in everything I do...pencil, ink, ect.Originally Posted by Uziel