At 5/4/12 04:39 AM, J-qb wrote:
I'd go for the rubiks cube, while it probably isn't as funny as the others, it's the only one that works without explanation/knowledge of chess.
Thanks I was thinking that it was the most self-explanatory situation myself, but I liked the other two. I'm using the Rubik's cube.
At 5/6/12 03:39 AM, Kashi wrote:
I would say work on the perspective. It looks like you drew the lines haphazardly. Use a one-point perspective and draw all of the lines to align with that, and it would look much better.
Noted, changed, and looks a lot different from the original. Though I would like to say that the one-point perspective was the reason why I couldn't do it right (I was fighting the point) so I said "Screw it" and tried drawing, like you said, haphazardly. I realized the drawing I wanted to portray was actually supposed to be a three-point perspective, but I didn't know atm. Either way, I'm doing a two-point perspective now. Thank you, had I not looked-up one-point perspective, I'd never know there were multiple type of perspectives. I did know what a one-point was, but I wanted clarification, and knowledge of how I'd be able to use it without making the picture look distant (the biggest reason why I said "screw it").
So, anyone out there see any room for change on my WIP? I need to know before I start to color it.