Needing some help with perspective (and human figure)
I'm working on this piece and I'm having a really difficult time with perspective as well as human anatomy. I want to nip these things in the butt before I even think of coloring, so this is in the rough sketch phase.
The main things I'm having trouble with are:
- Her left leg
- The room/corner perspective
- Her right leg/butt relation
These are just a few of the main issues I see with this, so I'm hoping for some pointers or possible redline (if you're feeling that nice LOL) I don't want the face to be the main focus, so that's why it looks like a blob of.. blobbyness.
Ignore the writing, they're just little notes I made to myself. I'm trying to get the concept of dedication or wanting to be "perfect" (no, no black swan makeup/outfit). This woman is staying late, after everyone has gone home. The only light she has is from the sunlight coming through the window, and I was thinking about adding her gym bag or something to add to it (or would that be too much?)
Anyways, sorry for blabbering on. Any help is appreciated
"Some people are afraid of what they might find if they try to analyze themselves too much, but you have to
crawl into your wounds to discover where your fears are. Once the bleeding starts, the cleansing can begin."
- Tori Amos