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please crit this, i want to get better!
04-24-2005, 05:07 AM
well I'm not expert about anatomy but the big guys are his arm really too big ..btw depends of style you wanted ...the women drawing don't look bad to me....maybe a complete figure should be more efficient to critics on it and also i think you should try to have more clean line drawing...try to define the shape first..just the silhouette in fact...
anyway keep practice it's a only way to go ..
04-24-2005, 05:11 AM
The first one with the torso and the arms is just.. plain ugly ...
the second one with the neck .. is too long .. way too long
the third one with the arms going upwards (:S) is ok.. only that the butt is to far out ..
the fourth one from behind is ok too.. only that her waist may ve a little small :bunny:
04-24-2005, 06:11 AM
first the arm should hook onto the breast and not just the shoulder and the arm muscles are misshaped. You have made is torso curce in like a womans malse tosros are almost square heres a quick example
the forth one with the arm going up the shoulder bone should stick out of the back quite far and the breast should be below the armpitmore so the top of it joins to the arm like the males.
Ill leave the rest for other people to crit
Your female drawings arnt bad but you need to work on males alot more
thanx for the sketch shok, its a lot easier to see what you mean.
04-24-2005, 11:29 AM
YOu should try drawing out the basic body plan of the character first, and then put the muscle groups on.
Pat has a pretty good tutorial for this in his tutorial section. Sketch the polygons out first and then draw the muscle groups. It might help to make a ~$5 investment and buy a posable mannequin to study this off of.
Great job though, you got a lot of potential.
thanx for teh tips Djinn, who/what is Pat, and where is the tutorial section?
04-24-2005, 03:06 PM
Patrick Shettleworth is the d00d who made this site.
He used to come around, I guess Microsoft chained him back up to his desk again.
The tutorial section on his site is here.
i thought you you ment some tuts on some other site...
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