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Hello people of this site! Been browsing here for awhile now and decided to make a sketchbook of my own. I'll try to post daily but I'm only 16 and school is comin' up so I'm gonna be very busy.
These few are just some fast sketches I made with no refs. Not gonna post a lot of digital works though, I only just got a tablet a few weeks ago and I'm not very good with photoshop... Yet...
More sketches with no refs.
Just practice with photoshop using the hulk, not too happy with how the face turned out.
Just more random sketches, I should really do something different...
I'm pretty impressed by what you accomplished without reference. I like the loose gesture aspect of your sketchwork. The poses are fluid and unified, not to mention you've got a pretty good handle on proportion. Comic book muscles always blow me away, and I'm too inexperienced to offer crit, but they look awesome to me XD. The only thing I can think of is maybe on the girl on the second page with her hands on her beltloops. Maybe tilt the torso or thrust her hip out a little more to make it more dynamic? Your posework alreaddy makes a nice statement, but tweaks and exaggeration can help make a bigger impact especially when it comes to comics.
The kactaur made me lol a bit XD
great so far keep going