At 7/6/12 06:12 PM, Ludic wrote:
At 7/6/12 06:06 PM, WaterShake wrote:
I'd suggest spending more time working out the sketch before starting the rendering process, using reference and getting your proportions straight etc. :)
At 7/6/12 06:04 PM, WaterShake wrote:
Hey guys, working on a new pencil drawing and i'd like to get some feedback on it so far.I have no idea how the image ended up on it's side. Sorry about that, makes looking at it slightly awkward.
Once i've finished sketching it out, i'm planning on scanning it and digitally colourising the image (hence the lined paper).
Learn this stuff, http://htmlimg1.scribdassets.com/1aeo974y0ww59zm/images/68-5 3fc0f6252.jpg it's useful.
Thanks for the link. Helpful to see a proportions guide from a side perspective instead of just dead-on-straight.
Although I should have made it clear that the proportions are deliberately out of whack (to an extent):
For instance, the forehead is massive because i'm planning on drawing a large headpiece and a blackhole/3rd eye in the foreheads centre.
Eyes are huge because I wanted to be able to add the detailing at a deliberate size.
Bone structure is just stylistically angular.
I have fucked up the ears, nose and lips though.
Planning on changing the size of the lips and revisiting the detailing around the nose (the connective tissue between the nostrils and lips looks much too muddy and unclear just now imo).
Ears are ridiculously tiny in retrospect. Hopefully I can find a way to balance them out.
I don't think i'm gonna be at the colouring stage anytime soon tbh. Lot of work still to be done.