Spent too much time trying to take care of the details that I neglected to construct a perspective-correct background, and I only have myself to blame. ==
I really need the critiques and suggestions of y'all here, maybe a demonstration of the right perspective plan.
One of my college mates already pointed out alot, but I also want to know what more that this pic needs correcting/lacks/just plain sucks about.
- ill point out the jarring probs. your pilot dude at the back has a overly high waist when compared to the dude next to him. Proportion wise they seem short.
- Nice job on the boobs but make sure you render the suit better, the posing of the girl is on the stiff side of things because her shoulder and waist are too aligned (straight)
- the horizon line is also a bit off. You got people in the bg standing in werid places. your bg seems to be viewed from a low angle but three foregorund and midground characters are more of a normal eyeline
- basically just lack of reference xD.. i mean collect reference for poses and pictures. Check other artists with similar scenes and see how they handle perspective problems and juggle multiple elements in a shot. Kekai or Dociu would be good. Some of craig mullins work have shots with lots of people. A pros work is close to perfect and dissecting it for study would be better than winging it on your own. nothing beats photography tho
Give me no mercy, people. Just the cold, hard truth.