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callmedoc created all the mask concepts and let me use them after i asked (look him up if you haven't already). i'm posting this really early so you can see how i do things and i can't wait to create the end result.
Oh how this makes me rather giddy to view such. It intrigues me seeing the masks done by another~ How profound :D I look forward to seeing the finished version! Oh yes!
After i'm done with this picture, i'm looking to create a few more robotic/human (war machines etc.........) pictures. if anyone has done this and has tips for it (like popular artists i could look up, or methods/ ideas to use), it would be cool if you shared them. PM or post it below please.
At 12/29/11 08:59 PM, mega-supreme wrote: i hope you like dragons.
It looks like he has octopus tentacles in his asshole.
the lord of our savior. el christio
back to newgrounds after A-level school work project (which sucked). My first drawings are always so bad, but the end result is what matters anyway. i don't think any artist is 100%happy with their first drawings.
At 1/15/12 11:18 AM, mega-supreme wrote: bye
Huh, okay. That's a pretty brisk suicide note-
At 1/26/12 01:41 PM, mega-supreme wrote: back to newgrounds after A-level school work project (which sucked). My first drawings are always so bad, but the end result is what matters anyway. i don't think any artist is 100%happy with their first drawings.
OH WELL THAT EXPLAINS IT.
Shitty jokes aside, are you familiar with the concept of a flyswatted pose? Basically it's a pose which looks unnatural and physically uncomfortable, as well as artistically mediocre (that is, a figure that looks as if its been "flyswatted" onto the page), and it's exactly what you've got here.
Now, I like your rendering skills, and although I don't care for the design - thats a personal preference, but man, you've got to get a little flow into those poses, you know what I'm saying, brother? You know what I'm saying?
Either way it ain't a terrible picture. But It can't hurt to work on those stances a bit.
Good luck and good thread, man!
At 1/29/12 12:44 PM, mega-supreme wrote: yay computers!
ouch, What is that, Live trace?
I wouldn't suggest thinking that is an easy way out.
You need a ridiculously huge and clean piece to prevent it from cluttered with trace.
You'd be better off tracing it by hand.