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Real improvement from the first to the last page! Man watch out for those proportions... otherwise keep it up I WILL BE WATCHING YOU!!!
WATCH THOSE PROPORTIONS do not make the head too big and the legs too small...i feel like repeating myself - G
P.S. i wish you all the best
Visual art: http://www.visualart.ro/DreamEvil
nice work in here, man! I really dig your lines! Try to get a bit more experimental with your gestures, quite often the poses you choose end up looking too stiff to illustrate the action you want to show, try to exeggerate, be a bit more playful with your figures to find out what works and what doesn't, have no fear
Same with your values, push em a bit more to get a clearer rendering, choosing similar values for shading, will make your rendering look flat, even if you work with many different values, just push them a bit more to get a more complete spectrum of values.
hi! good work so far
watch your proportions (heads tend to be a bit too big for superhero characters and try to put some more dynamic poses in it, super heroes most important appereance is a great psoe (look at spider man when carwling, batman when standing on a high building, superman when flying ) cheers!
Sketchbook (daily Oils):
Hey Dolgopolov, thanks for dropping by my sketchbook!
The insectoid thing in post #91 is fantastic! Overall, you've got some good linework going, but remember not to neglect your poses. Be sure to physically act out your poses to get a real feel for them to draw them how you truly wish to draw them (just like animators do!). Your Photoshop work is coming along nicely too with some good use of colour. Keep it up!