and on it goes...
last works~ need more brushwork
i mean the terminator needn't too blur ,it looks so circularity,has a little stiff.
you can use the block instead of the blur.
this works pretty cool...wait you finish ~but i confused..why he take a falchion Since he has a big gun~~
With this last piece, I would also be careful with the composition and edges. The flag and the sword are not enough to counterbalance the tilt of the rock and the leaning right leg. If you wanted to do a square format, I would place the leaning right leg on the central vertical axis. As it stands, you would need 5-10 people hanging off the cliff edge to balance this
For edges, try to keep everything soft, and only sharpen up focal point. Right now almost every edge is too hard.
Also, if you moved the strip of clouds behind the figure and under the flag, the contrast would increase and he would pop out better. Right now the clouds and the flag are competing for attention.
sorry...my english not good.
darkwolfb87 say is what i want to say...
Great work, but how do you make a "close-up" without pixilizing the whole damn canvas? I still dont get it. Soz.
chane: I'll answer later - to lazy now
some foreshortening studies, something i strugle with
Last edited by Adrian Wilkins; October 25th, 2008 at 10:33 PM.
those are looking good
darkwolfb87: I tried to listen to your advice, to be honest i didn't think about composition that mutch as i started this piece... I'll try to stick to those rules in my next big pic.. thanks!
Mumumash: haha, yea I'm already working
Chane: thanks: i work in a quite high resolution, for that reason i can just cut out a part and past it onto a new canvas, nothing complicated
jedininjaman: yea, took me all day during school xD thanks
SnobbyOo: thank you!
So on this character I tried to use a bit of what I'm just lerning to draw - foreshortening
could you give some crit (leg angle/arms)
Last edited by Adrian Wilkins; October 28th, 2008 at 02:31 PM.
nice SB man. keep going
Love the concept and colors. Can't wait to see more!
If you have time, any comments would be helpful on my sketchbook: Jesi's Sketchbook' o' fun