But it would you would get much better if you do studies. Bones, muscles, shading, etc.
These pics look good though. Try and be more clean with your lines. Be as exact as possible with what you want.
Anyway, all of this will come with practice, so dont stop !!
Even funny cartoon characters look better if they have their basis in reality
Very cool robots, the attention to detail on them is fantastic. Your people are pretty good too, although more practice definitely helps.
On your last coloured pic: her position is very strange, kind of straight but with her knees benth out at odd angles. It's possisible to get into that position but hard to stay that way, especially in a moving vehicle like the one you have her in. Although now that I think of it, maybe she's a robot... she's human enough on top to still make it look strange though. Also, aside from the bra there isn't much to suggest that it is a woman - a smaller waist might help there? The neck is also a little thick and long. I do really like the feeling of movement you've got in it though.
hehe... she have no knees...
she is cutted of in the middle, and the rest is a Robot thingy
but I take your advice absolutly I hope you dont feel like
im thinking about your advice as nothing, cause all of what you have said in my thread I really take into my head
Well, I post ups some anatomy stuff when i got home tonight..
Thx for your replys Keep posting!
Cool stuff, man. I agree with most of the comments made.
I'd like to see some finished, tight work. Although it's good, everything you've posted is very sketchy. I'm just guessing, and might be totally wrong, but it seems like you sketch fast any don't often get into fine detail. Maybe this is what Denysiuk was trying to say. It'll probably help you out to draw very precisely from reference, trying to make what you draw as close to the reference in form and value as possible.
Recursive_End: Thx man
I gotta give something finished a go then
Luke: yeah I draw fast , but alot.. im going for the shapes and proporations
like Densysiuk said.
Faust: I dont know if youve seen Sketcher: but
its very hard to get a big brush in there without Pressuring the tablet pen all
the way down....
It's actually not bad! I'd suggest you use the method described in the PS-Painting thread for starters (Goey herey) but it seems you are already using some similar technique. Do some more! Train your eye! You'll rock in no time!
its really nice to hear that you think im improving
well. thats my goal, to be better and better
Faust: Ive already seen that link, and I have toke some advice from there
+ the prometheus tutorial about lighting
Bloodsbane: hey thx!
Did this one when I woke up this morning
(it feels easier for me to start drawing on the white screen now, if i just compare with some week ago !! )
more stuff by ref..
(I know the phone looks ugly but it was a quick since my school buss will
go off in less then 20 min, and now i gotta hurry since its 2,6 kilometres out to the buss, and I have no bike !!)
Denysiuk think im getting better
then I guess its true!
but well drawing from life and reference isnt really a category
its a studie like every else studies...
its a way to get better, get colors and shapes..
not something you work with
so useing a ref is only a way to help me understand light and
shapes, proporations etc.. ya you know
well I gotta draw something wich isnt on my desk now
so I come up later with some updates
Just, just... just don't do that stay where you are! make some bigger steps in drawing realistic things and then try to do something by yourself, ok? Please?
Edit: to late... but its better than older ones...
I haven't got anything in particular to comment on but I just wanted to tell you to keep up what you're doing, particularly drawing/painting from reference! Maybe you should also stop worrying about backgrounds and concentrate on the figures for now.
The only thing I don't like about that last one is the brush you used in the background, the leafbrush don't really feel right with a robot you know? the bot looks cool though could probably be really cool if you ever decided to make it less sketchy you know?
You don't have a soul, you are a soul. You have a body. - C.S Lewis