Well first, great updates! I really like the first bodies.
About the one you're trying to color, the bg of blends of colors looks really good, but I think that the character, needs more light, but I dunno if you are painting from shadow to light, if that's so, i'll wait to comment on the next update... if not, I'd recommend you use more light colors and another thing i noticed, was that, nothing in the character contrasts, except for dots in the knee and the things in the shoulders, so maybe put up some diferent tones on all the clothes so it would contrast, hope this is useful...
Keep updating please!
Give my sketchbook a visit and tell me what you think n.n
Hey Herman, i have seen your work on the walls of QCA. You are one awesome artist. Feel free to come sketching with us at lunch in the valley some day. Your line work and anatomy is top notch! How did u get this good?!
Pixie Bergman, thanks man, my drawing in qca? must be some very old drawings, unfortunately the lunch time of creative assembly is different from krome, so very difficult to draw with you guys, I will try through thanks for invite, I am trying to work more on color critiques are welcome
HunterKiller_, thanks man I will have a look of your drawing for sure
DHTenshi, thank you very nice for your comment, in weekdays after work I have little time to work on the character, so I can only update it in weekend, but sure it is just a basic color block out nothing detail, I will put update this weekend
crazybrush, thanks man I love your sketchbook too, the avatar you have is your own drawing if yes can you show it?
King Cobra, CHARLES CARVALHO, thanks
try to paint some quick 1 hour color exercises these they are, critiques are most welcome!!
Your grasp of form and your knowledge of anatomy never ceases to impress Love the painted figures in this most recent one, but the initial lines you posted as well are just beautiful. How you're able to draw so cleanly and confidently while being accurate and having a bit of your own style in it is beyond me lol.
Crit-wise all I would say is that you might want to add a bit more of the environment's color reflecting onto the figures, very subtle as they might be. You've got their tone reflecting a bit onto the surrounding surfaces(at least in the one with the blue background), so maybe just reflect it back to them as well A very minor suggestion, but yea hope I could help a bit. Keep up the great work man!