thanks everyone who come in my thread
im a thai guy. my english still poor, sorry if i made something wrong
now i 'd like to improve and develop my art skill, i have posted some of
my works on skecthbook forum but i didnt get many crits and them r not really help.
i think might be better if i post my work here.
this is the last pic that i just finished
Last edited by thedeath; January 8th, 2008 at 05:51 PM.
with the wound on the pig, it looks like she spread the fur apart to show the wound more. try adding some fur to cover the wound to make it look more like its on the skin rather than hovering over it
Did you picture this in your head before you drew it? Or did you just start drawing? Did you make that mouse somewhere else and then stick it on her shoulder?
Where is the girl located?
Try to imagine the scene in your mind more completely before you start drawing a scene. Imagine everything, the pose, the scene, the setting, the woods... the light of day... and try to remember the image you come up with in your mind's eye.
At least Icarus tried!
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thanks for the crits guys
actually i thought about it before but i have never imagined anything seriously.
i just always thnik what will i put in the picture and what is the concept for picture.
is it really bad? for example this pic i thought about concept before and i thought
i would put the girl, pig and rat in the picture and she in the woodhouse 's room
but when i was painting i was lazy and didnt do background to the room.
i m familiar with think just only concept and something before i drew is it bad habit?
i will try to change it but it still prtty hard to be for think about evrything to the picture maybe
because i still not really good and less experience.
one more question who can tell me how to fix the girl legs and shadow?
i know that not good but i dont know how can i fix it.
Hi, I'm from Thailand too !
I think you should check out Kev Ferrara's sketchbook to see how he develop an idea, he's all about "the mind's eye"
Last edited by enrigo; January 11th, 2008 at 02:36 PM.
ok man. i will check it thanks.