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Hey everyone. Thanx for viewing my page. The last picture I submitted online was a total disaster. Three days of painting a total waste.
I've been advised to get help on my WIP's so here I am. Any advice would be wonderful.
Where's your fucking pride
Ngorita and the Impdutu
Thank you all
Well, you have some nice expressions, but there's a lot of problems with proportions and anatomy (almost everybody has huge heads and disjointed tiny child arms and hands, the first and last images are the biggest offender in this) and to me, many of the images come off as either borderline incomprehensible or just dull. There's so many tight crops that make it hard to figure out what/why/where this is happening, or then people are just standing and doing nothing (Fantasy Fighting = two people standing).
Thank you Mr. Tinybird. Phew, I knew there were things wrong, but didn't expect so many. Thank you very much, I can now focus on improving on all my problem areas.
I suggest studying especially the proportions (the Loomis books are overall good, and having these: http://storyofmylifebyme.blogspot.fi...oportions.html open while drawing so you can check the proportions in the sketch stage is good) and the thumbnailing process: http://muddycolors.blogspot.fi/2010/11/thumbnail.html