At 8/10/10 01:01 AM, Sockembop wrote:
Some quick practice.
There isn't a lot of variation on the colors that you're using to shade. Using an array of colors as opposed to different shades of the same color will make your drawing more lively and interesting to the eye.
The guy on the top left has his mouth too far to the right and too far down. It also seems a little small to me. His left and right eyes aren't symmetrical, which looks odd, especially since he has glasses.
The angling and perspective of the guy on the top right's features are somewhat awkward. It doesn't look like they're aligned and skewed quite right. I'm not very good at drawing faces at that angle, so I unfortunately can't be more specific as to what I think you should do, but referencing a photo generally helps.
I notice that there isn't any definition of the bumps, muscles, etc. on the neck of the guy on the bottom so that it looks like a cylinder. The neck also looks too long, but that might just be due to the hair covering the shoulders; nevertheless, I suggest taking a second look at it.