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Aint no rest fo' the wicked

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Aint no rest fo' the wicked

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4.50 / 5.00

Date
01/08/2010
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Illustration
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grim
wicked
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Author Comments

"No, I can't slow down, I can't hold back, but you know I wish I could"
Some (failed) painting practice.
crits I suppose

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars Jan 8, 2010

It aint all that bad

Seriously, you took a hellova hard subject to draw... what with all the folds in the robe, bones are way harder than youd think too....
it couldve benefited from a bit more effort in the anatomy (his torso is too tall, arms bend weirdly).
It would have been cool to actually see his hand, but I guess sceletal hands are a p in the a to draw.
the scythe blade is a tad big for my taste.

Id suggest taking an easier subject if your going to practice these things.
Just practice one thing at a time. e.g. by making grayscale drawings... that way you wont have to bother with color.


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Daverom responds:

Bones=bitch
Folds=bitch
Hands, let alone skeleton hands=bitch
Yeah I definitely go quite a bit over my head when it comes to painting, which is why I continue to never do it. Gonna try some grayscale for sure next time.