At 7/5/17 01:29 AM, Louisetheanimator wrote:
Your artwork is good though I'd suggest adding more detail into your work by following tutorials on the web. ^^ I hope this helps.
working on detail seldom helps, unless you're actually practicing for a final image for upload, looking for your aesthetic or whatever.
That said I'd like to see Kubeti's progress in a finished drawing, not a sketch, to see how far he's gotten.
Take web tutorials with a grain of salt. Unless the dude who made them is the fucking master, but started being kinda meh. Some dudes are way too talented from the start and can't teach shit. DON'T look up anime style guides, they're almost all shit, and they fuck up your style. Good manga artists make dope poses you can use as references though.
So yeah, hope that helps too, but be aware of what you study.
By the way, Kubeti, in the last picture, the one in the center, has the legs in one perspective and the shoulders and torso in another, I know what you're trying to do here, but it didn't end up as dinamic as you probably hoped.
He's not absolutely anatomically correct, but such poses are common in JOJO's bizarre adventure. Look up a little reference. But, I'd personally look up references from the guy who did the one punch manga, he works on extreme poses like that and nails it like a beast (not the webcomic, seek the good loking one).
keep up the good work, you're improving stupid fast.