I dont' really understand what Batman is doing. Is he sitting on a box? Or is it supposed to be a building? Cos he'd be a giant crushing some lego-town then.
You might wanna find some reference for the pose. The part of his thigh/chest/arm is really confusing. His arms are also 2 different sizes, his left arm and hand are wayyyyyyy longer then his right arm. His pointy ears are also rather uneven.
I gotta double up what Elwell wrote. I've heard it from pros in the biz, the tighter(including as correct as possible drafstmanship wise) the piece is by the time you take it to ink, or the scanner or to paint will be that much less of a hassle to deal with.
Bats here is suffering acute origami syndrome. The human body, let alone superhero body can't fold itself as you've done so here. And no amount of photoshop (with the exception of erasing and completely redrawing it) can correct that hiccup.
If you choose to charge ahead full steam you'll notice that things will get more difficult to resolve in an exponential nature. You'll see one thing is off then another that links to it..and so forth.
Take Elwell's advice to heart..rethink this, and correct all the mistakes. Call this one a thumb from which to work off of if you like.
Hope this isn't too harsh, just trying to help.
i did lift his midsection on up, up. so i fixed the squashed look i feel. everything elsed mentioned ill work on once ive reached that area. and i thank you for though helpful words but could you help me more with what im working on now which is painting his head. thank you.
i did lift his midsection on up, up. so i fixed the squashed look i feel.
everything elsed mentioned ill work on once ive reached that area.
and i thank you for though helpful words but could you help me more with what im working on now which is painting his head. thank you.
Go ahead and do whatever you want. It's your time and you picture, and if it's bringing you joy that's wonderful. But no one is going to give you the kind of help you're asking for, because they recognise that it would be a waste of their time to do so.
Don't be so hard on the young lad. Let him do what he wants, I'm sure he'll spot his mistake later on. This remind me of my friend who taught animation at one of the university (sorry can't give out the name.)
Basically she had a nervous break-down because her students just won't listen (well she's such a perfectionist too.) SO... she told the whole class to drop out and go take something else... I think that really scared them good.
"Life is anything that dies when you stomp on it"