At 12/2/06 12:51 AM, Afro-Ninja wrote:
alright check out the proportions on this gal. Somethings off but I"m not sure. torso too long? legs too short?
the raised arm is too big/long
Well a normal woman's legs are as long at the lenght from her head to her crotch. You can make them longer if you want a more super-hero type woman.
Also, yours has really beefy arms :o
But I guess that's what you wanted, a sorta chunkier girl rather than a thin hero-type like I drew in my examples. Anyways. I would say that the biggest problems with it are:
1- The connexion of the shoulder with the torso on both arms
2- the transition between forearm and the hands ( hands are too small )
3- hands are concealed, so its hard to know what she's doing there :o
4- chains are made of links that er... link together, they don't just touch each other to form a line.
also make smoother lines :p I see so many people drawing with timid, short broken lines instead of using lots of swiftch, smooth sketcy motions to build the figure. Don't be afraid to put lots of lead on that paper :o
DO NOT FEAR THE PENCIL.