I think it's time to do some hand and feet studies ^^
what I meant by "bad forms" is if your initial line drawing is off, then no matter how much you render it, the initial drawing will still be off...and you end up with this rendered image that has bad form.
I enjoy the asparagus feet and the fish/shark riders. keep up the good work!
ok, ive come to a stage where Im not sure where to go with my art. I think I would like to do more portrait work, and more industrial design bots and ships. I would like some indepth crits on what is my weakest stuff( dont hold back, if its shite, tell me its shite) If there is something you would like me to do more of, holla, k?.
I know I far from perfect and have a huge journey ahead of me, in a few weeks I have long holidays(6 weeks) and i want to knock off a ton of work and improve a lot,
Ok this is really late, and I've only seen your work up to this post from the last page... I think you need to try some more finished and refined pieces. Basically everything is in that half done/nearly finished stage. A lot of your figures are strong-you have a natural affinity for it. I don't see much work of environments, that is-spaces your figures will occupy. Try doing some interior/exterior landscapes that show good examples of perspective and distance. This is important because if you don't understand the world the figures occupy on that level, how can you expect to render it well? Try doing some 'real' paintings in acrylic or watercolor in color of figures in landscapes. Full body figures as well-no cut off hands and feet.
chaos ^^ thanks
white pencils dont really show up well, barely visible infact
some paintings from today
experimenting;/ cols are a bit off from the scan.
Im still learning, crits would be nice
clouds, doodle, octopus
thanks Lee, Ill look into it
10 hour day+7-8 hour day
some studies( done on cheap printing paper) and experiments in my sketchbook.
the chic ir ref'd, the tech enviros arent, and the faces are unreffed, costume ref'd..
I have to go to school this monday.., holidays are never long enough