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Well, hey there people! I'm here to post my art, to be scouted, and also to get feedback. it would be great if you guys can give me tips and tell me whats needs improvement.
this is the newest one i made no line work since i didn't know how to use the a new program( corel paint 12), i might buy it later when i get better or at least know how to use it but for now i think paint tool sai is right for me
Originally I was going to put both the color and line work at the same time, but right when i was finished coloring it in the program closed and nothing was saved so now im working on it again hopefully in a day or two ill be done.
Now... this character is my own character, her name is Dare. im still deciding on the time shes really in but its more in the barbarian time. she comes from a small poor kingdom, that has run out of resources that now they have to use women to fend off invaders / monsters. Dare is one of these chosen, but she s still young and learning with others that im still coming up with. i came up with all of these stuff about a year ago when i listened to the song -Glorious morning- by waterflame, but this picture came to me thanks to DanJohansen's - Adventua (orchestral).
im still new at this so if some one can tell me how to put a proper way to make a link to my art if this doesn't work
At 7/1/12 09:39 PM, TheThinkTinker wrote: Now... this character is my own character, her name is Dare.
You need to work on your anatomy with regards to perspective, because it looks like she has tiny stubby arms.
At 7/3/12 12:21 AM, GinkoLaw wrote:At 6/22/12 05:29 PM, TheThinkTinker wrote: this is the newest one i made no line work since i didn't know how to use the a new program( corel paint 12), i might buy it later when i get better or at least know how to use it but for now i think paint tool sai is right for meWhy is Samus so stubby and overweight, like her right side is just bulging out for no reason.
haha... I saw that mistake when i posted that up, and then i was like screw it hopefully no one will see... now that i think about it should have known better. as for the overweight thing i dont really see it, but then again it is me... hmm, maybe ill redraw her later on
At 7/3/12 10:40 AM, big-jonny-13 wrote:At 7/1/12 09:39 PM, TheThinkTinker wrote: Now... this character is my own character, her name is Dare.You need to work on your anatomy with regards to perspective, because it looks like she has tiny stubby arms.
yeah i know, i can draw figures that i have seen, but if i dont see it, it's kinda hard for me so my sis told me to draw a line skeleton and that did help in this drawing. if you saw the first paper drawing you would be surprised.
well im finished now i can move on to a new drawing... sorry if the white back ground hurts any ones eyes.
You're still having trouble with short arms. There's a system of proportions most artists learn before being able to depict the human body realistically that you might find useful. For example (assuming someone is standing up straight and facing forwar d, arms down), the human body is approximately 7.5 heads tall (although many people choose to draw them 8 heads), and the wrists and the bottom of the groin are approximately halfway up the body. Knees are a quarter of the way up. For faces, the eyes are halfway down the head. The nose ends halfway between the eyes and the chin. Split the area between the nose and chin into three. I'd put the lips on both sides of a third of the way down, and the narrowing of the chin on the other third.
The face should be five eyes across, with an eye's width of space fitting between the two actual eyes. Assuming the mouth is relaxed and not smiling or frowning, the corners of the lips should line up with center of the eyes.
Keep in mind different artists use slightly different systems, and that human bodies vary a little bit.
this is how i mostly start most of my drawings but on my realy sketch pad it s a bit cleaner... wish i had a scaner
well after a lot of paper, a book, and some of you guys... i think im starting to see the light. oh and does any one have tips on coloring i never really did color, that and i need to take a refreasher course on how to use brushes and effects/ filters efficiently.
Color gradients can be your friend?
At 8/14/12 01:06 AM, TheThinkTinker wrote: still workin on how to color and stuff but it's still killin me
so a bit more like this?
haha, the eye came out wierd but i left it since i was mostly focused on color and lighting
well just to show you that im not dead and to show how much i have improved since i started ill post three pics. i still dont have a scanner so i used the cam on my laptop
this is one of the first drawings i made 2 1/2 years ago i used no grid and i didnt know much about the human body. it also didnt have a face for like 8 months .
i made this one this past Sunday things get easier after time you almost dont need a grid. but i lightly put one one just to check before i go on. the i didnt know how to draw the hands and feet correctly but now that i look at it i was on the right track.
just thought i should post something....
I would finish this if it weren't for me not knowing how the arms go (maybe the legs too but not as much as the arms), and yeah i tried it my self but i can't really capture it. i would take a pic with my phone if it wasn't the shi.... why do i keep forgetting i have a cam built in! i'll be back with a finished one in a few days hopefully in color too.
wow i fail(anyone know how to take the little reply off?)... new stuff, good right? hopefully my next one will be in color for practice.
At 3/24/13 08:23 PM, TheThinkTinker wrote: wow i fail(anyone know how to take the little reply off?)
never mind lol, it was my signature.