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I've been drwaing on these two pieces for at least 35 hours, and they're definately FINALLY FINISHED I hope they're good enough to stay in this section, otherwise just move them =)
This started out as just one DIN A3 size drawing (bottom one), but then I decided to add another one (top one) on top of the first one. It was the biggest (=most time consuming) project I've done so far. As you can propably see I used ref for the woman (I think foster) and the old man (Llewellyn). I hope thats ok with them. I also used references for almost all the animals. (Does anyone recognize the tiger in the bottom one?) The angel and the devil dudes in the upper corners were done without any reference though.
I'm really sorry for the bad quallity, I used a shitty Camera for the pictures.
I hope yall like it, I'd be honored to get a critique from some of you, or just tell me what you think.
Last edited by nakor; September 21st, 2004 at 07:31 AM.
i like the overall composition and the detail in the drawing..
but you seem to struggle with proportional and anatomical issues esp. with the figures in the background..
i also love the eyes and the hair of the woman in the lower pic..
hope i could help..
anyways.. good job, keep on drawing!
Hey thanks Lim,
I think I know what you mean with the anatomical issues. The torso of the devil guy and the arms of the angel guy do look kinda off to me too, maby I'll go back and correct it. Thx so far.
Each is DINA3, which is about 30cm X 40cm. Dunno what it is in inches exactly. I think devided by 2.5
Last edited by nakor; September 28th, 2004 at 07:20 AM.