Awesome work on the cougar (or lion, or whatever it was), and I loved the shading and detail on the horse's head. Always good to see good animal pictures, keep up the good work.
Some criticism on the "antelopes":
-The face on the left one is a bit too round (looks like shes puffing or holding her breath or something)
-The ear is a little too high up, but not noticeably.
-The back horn would be coming out of the back of her head.
-I believe someone already mentioned the differences in eye sizes?
Besides those very small things, the pictures are great. Would be a lot better with some shading or texture thrown in; color optional.
Last edited by Xerobound; July 14th, 2006 at 12:33 AM.
Tensai - thanks! I have trouble loosening up, I think I need to eat more art fibre.
Blue Severin, fedezz, devil-inside, Fishspawn, guitarjames, sabe2003 - Thanks guys. I'm sorry I haven't posted a lot but there's been some crazy (not good) stuff happening out here atm. I know it isn't anexcuse so I'll try to post more in future.
Sweetoblivion314 - lol, a puma is a cougar is a mountain lion. Hope that makes it clearer for ya. I haven't tried landscapes yet but ok for you I'll try soon. 8)
Xerobound - Thanks for the pointers! I'm pretty new to values and colour so I need to practise on it quite a lot.
Last edited by Cwn Annwn; July 27th, 2006 at 09:58 AM.
Two more sketches. The top one is also from life but I messed up horribly. (yes video games for profile models lol) I didn't pay attention and ended up drawing it from 2 perspectives. The chin, mouth, nose and ear are profile. The rest of it is from a slightly lower view angle. ARGH!! Thought I'd post it up anyway. The second is a head from a photo ref.
Some hand studies from photo reference. They're all from "Bodywatching - A field Guide to the Human Species" by Desmond Morris. Old book but pretty good reading with lots of interesting photos of the human body. I'm regretting picking the photo of the Indian woman's dancing hand because her fingers were angled scarily.