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At 8/4/10 07:04 AM, Fifty-50 wrote: Wow. I didn't know you used art programs now. Last time I checked you kinda "hated them". Anyway, this is a great step towards improvement.
Well having a tablet certainly helps
So I got dumped into this project by my brother who got a band going but needs a singer so he inducted me as a temporary singer and wanted me to draw the band a mascot, we came to the Name Radzilla after a random License Plate hanging in our garage so I decided to draw a Radzilla so far here's what I got, he's gonna be holding a guitar and and He's gonna have large spines on the top of his head and down his spine(duh). I heed help with how to make the spines look natural as well as finger positioning on the hand holding the guitar's neck. I'll post an attempt a little later. any help is appreciated. later.
So I want to draw something profoundly baddass, I dished out a rough sketch WIP but I can't for the life of me get the hands/ forearms to look right. I worked for about an hour straight getting more and more frustrated, so any help would be appreciated Here's the full sized JPEG in the Dump for peer editing purposes.
Anyway back from Oregon, lots of trees there.
Update on Robozombie thing.
And I want to experiment with new styles so if any of you would like to see me attempt a new style throw a recommendation into the metaphorical hat.
All of these are great! I can't wait until I get a tablet. It should be coming in a couple of days, I'm sick of drawing with a mouse haha.
At 9/22/10 02:58 AM, JackDGreatest wrote: For that pirate thread, may as well put it here.
Well your colouring is improving grandly, thats for sure, its better than what I can do by far.
You really need to study anatomy and vary up your posework and bodyshapes. I know you've probably been told this before, but now is a more crucial time than ever.
If you continue to improve your colouring without balancing your other attributes, you'll eventually become stuck with those other attributes permanently lower in comparison. I've seen this with other artists, and I hope you heed my caution before it is too late.
You have potential, don't cripple it now.
At 9/25/10 01:01 PM, Dalenbourg wrote:At 9/22/10 02:58 AM, JackDGreatest wrote:Constructive criticism
Please tell me specifically what drawing(s) you are referring to so I can work on them.