I'm working on a digital painting for my portfolio using some of the Pathfinder iconic characters. Right now I'd really like some composition help, this is the stage I'm at currently. I've left myself some canvas space around the sides in-case I decide to the move the Fighter guy in the front down a little. (The way he and the Sorceress ate sitting together on the page seems awkward to me, I've tried to fix it but am out of ideas.)
I'd appreciate any help so much!
Last edited by CassandraJ; March 22nd, 2013 at 02:13 AM.
Whats that lady doing in the corner, chilling? Get her moving, its a freaking dragon. I say set up a two point perspective grid and grind out their positions. Because the cave's perspective and the players on stage don't match up.
Yeah I agree with J.R. Get a perspective grid in there and also move the girl behind the foreground guy into her own space so the silhouettes read more clearly. There's also a cat of some kind on the dragon, right now the cat and dragon are in the same pose which looks kinda weird. Maybe redraw the cat in another pose/position to break it up more.