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i had previously posted a character concept of queen of hearts here and received some awesome feedback... keeping the pointers in mind i created the design once again...
this time i have made her a bit more machine like... but i m still confused bout her face... it's my first attempt at making a robot so would like some critique and comments
Greetings and salutations, hmmmm... after a long look I have spotted these things; If it is a femine body then somethings wrong with her tits... Her head seems out of proportion against the rest of her body. Her forearms are a bit to long. last but not least, it isnt really robotic... in my eyes.
My advice; go find a pose of a lady that would suit the pose you want, use that as a reference. For robotics and how it works, go search on some robo-geeks page or on a concept artist makin robots And look out proportion wise!! Anatomy is really youre friend!!!
This thread will help you get an idear on robot parts in this style.
This is looking good. If you're concerned about the face, you might want to do another closeup drawing of the details on her face, paint over it and then cut-and-paste it into what you have now. Breaking a piece down into its components has always been a useful strategy for me.
Hope that helps.
You can try making the pose for a human body first (w/o robot parts) and then add the armor and robotic elements. It works great for accuracy of anatomy and also for more structural realism of the robotic parts, since it's like you're building them from the drawing of the figure.
somebody got puddnhead inspired, hm?
its important to plan ahead more exactly.
You painted the surroundings but the most important stuff, the facial area, isnt more than a few lines in your sketch.
What yours b. truly would do: Get good reference; Zoom in to the face (i hope you work at hi res), and paint it b/w first, then add colors scars and the like. You don't have to paint it to the tinyest detail, just so it looks good when you look at the whole
what makes her the queen of hearts? there isnt even any hearts or red color on her, or am i missing something here?