At 12/5/11 12:07 AM, Whistler3D wrote:
Yes! Now I want to see more of your 3D works.
Thanks man, I want to do more and post more, but I don't have much of a choice but to put it on the back burner for the moment..
At 12/5/11 12:49 AM, big-jonny-13 wrote:
At 12/4/11 11:44 PM, Kinsei01 wrote:
Guess I never posted this. It was done right after my computer graphics card went out.Interesting gun, though it seems a bit too weighted at the front, would probably cause some issues with aiming and firing.
Its where I learned about my 4000-ish poly limit.
I was thinking a bit of the same thing originally, It seemed to kind of be the style and went along with the reference I was drawing and looking at. Ahh well, we can call it the Pacifist, you aim for the head and hit the kneecaps. You know, cause the good book is a little fuzzy on the subject of kneecaps.
At 12/5/11 05:01 AM, Larkatosa wrote:
Dear little Kinsei. I think you are getting in a trap where you draw in the same way over and over. You are improving! I like the anatomy on your She-golem, even if it is a bit fonky at places and her hands looks like they were made in the original Sims series. :P
3 point view. The doorframe on the right should have a bit less dramatic leaning lines. More straight on the left side of the door frame. And the window on the second house should have its lines flow with the curve of the lines on the front side of the house. Since it is one the same point of view just further away.
Otherwise I must say it looks great. You are good with perspective. I would like to see more landscape drawings from you. :3
Your dynamic pose. I like it. What I meant when I said you are getting trapped in drawing in the same way over and over? This is not like that. It is different than the others. Soft more curved lines on her torso. I like it. I know you are a rebellion among pencils. But I think it is time to try some new ones. Try to get used to draw with much softer pencil. Yes .. I know that is for wusses. But it would give you a much needed change.
The stylized girls face. Ahh, I really like this one. Her face should be more in the middle right now it is jutting a bit out towards her ear. Otherwise I think it looks pretty awesome! Me liek :D
Your face sketches. They show improvement. But I still think you need to change your use of media. You need something new and fresh so you won't get trapped with old ways of doing things. I know you like your pencils! But trying something new will be a fresh start, a new try to make it right from the beginning. Still, this is up to you. I can't make you do anything you don't want! :P
I am awful at 3D art and wont even try to say something useful since I have no idea how that stuff works..
I think it looks epic! (not as epic as the Charging mah laazaaah! 3D ragdoll you did, but still)
Good work Kinsei! Post more soon! :)
Yay! In depth comments!
When you started to mention that I was getting trapped in the same way of drawing, I tough you were talking about the lack of hands and feet that I always seem to do. Although that is a problem of mine, I realize what you were actually talking about.
I should do some more medium switching.
I had a friend who drew with a different color pencil each week. She said that it kept her from getting too comfortable with a single color. Ever since then I carry a Rouge Quadrichromie and a Cerulean Blue in my pencil case. Sadly though I don't use them very often. Perhaps I should.
the colors actually don't matter to me, I just chose two colors that were on different ends of the spectrum.
I'll try and change things up more in he future. I'll also practice more on hands, feet and faces.