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I'm a huge tekken fan, so I enjoy drawing tekken chars pretty much.
Still, I'm a rookie at drawing and so on...
I would like to get some tips at making a drawing look real.
Here I've got 2 sketches, which needs a huge help on legs, arms etc..
Any help appreciated, thanks!
At 12/6/10 10:18 AM, Jow279 wrote: i'm no pro, but you should just loose your hand, the lines are too hard.
yargh, it still is a sketch though :)
At 12/6/10 11:20 AM, skater007 wrote:At 12/6/10 10:18 AM, Jow279 wrote: i'm no pro, but you should just loose your hand, the lines are too hard.yargh, it still is a sketch though :)
All the more reason to loosen up those lines! You will find your characters have a lot more movement if you start with spontaneous marks and placeholders for limbs. Think of your approach to drawing similar to a sculpture, you want to carve a loose shape to get an idea of what you want, then whittle away and select the bits that work to make the final image.
Try starting off by drawing the curve of the spine with a single line, and complimenting that curve with the angles of the limbs.