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04-27-2005, 06:27 PM
Ok, so I'm working on dynamic poses, and as of now I'll just say I suck at drawing the feet to these poses and also my lines are very sketchy so here we go
Supposed to be punching while taking a step back
and this one is supposed to be swinging down a sword or stick or something heavy. (and yes these two are on the same piece of paper lol I can see the other one showing through)
Well this one was a random pose and I had a lot of trouble drawing the back folds to his coat or whatever. Also the knife I dunno wth is up with it but ok was supposed to be a butcher knife but I messed up and it came out like crap. Also his foot I drew it facing the wrong direction so I had to try and fix it.
CnC please :D
04-27-2005, 06:40 PM
ok hi thereonicloud,man i think for the fist drawing,th pose it seft is nice..hmm i suggest one thing^^ this is what i do when no ones around when i draw. i try to look at the mirror and try to pose in front of it for the pose i'd like to draw then try to draw the same pose i see..though its kind of hard thats what i do^^the second drawing,maye the feet nids much more force but the way it hold the stick r the sword is just fine^^no porblem w/ the third pic its nice^^ hope it help :)
04-27-2005, 06:42 PM
the second one is cool
04-27-2005, 06:48 PM
I'll look in the mirror and post more poses up lol but thanks for the comments
*gets to work*
04-27-2005, 07:28 PM
Ok this pose was seriously hard to pull off but here it is
yeah it's really smudgey because it was really hard for me to pull off this pose and stuff so yeah I think it looks dumb not the way I wanted it to look but oh well, will post more
04-27-2005, 08:04 PM
Dynamic poses are tough, definitely look in a mirror or something. The first one is strange because usually you step forward to punch not back so its just an odd pose to begin with. Also the arm is over extended like he is arching his back or something.
The second one is not bad at all, I would put a few lines to suggest a shadow, that will give the people more weight which is crucial for dynamic poses.
The last one is a tough pose and you did pretty well but look at the line of the back compared to the line of the chest, they should be more or less parallel, but the chest is oddly flat. But yeah looks like some good practice.
04-27-2005, 08:19 PM
Thanks 8 for pointing that out, cause I knew something was wrong with it.
Re-worked the pose and gave him a solid snake face :D
Will post more poses up later.
04-27-2005, 08:24 PM
Man I dont want to sound gay saying or anything but your first couple of guys all look like there butts got chopped off maybe give them some butt muscles to go with their muscled up legs, lol. And your feet seem to round and cartoonish i think, but your perspective is awesome, love the views, keep it up man good work.
04-27-2005, 08:32 PM
yeah I know I'm not the assmaster when it comes to butts I just have problems drawing them so I'll practice drawing butts more... lol
And as for feet the only real things that throw me off are the heels and both balls of the feet. Hard to draw them at different angles but I'll keep trying to improve my skill. Thanks for the compliment.
*working on other poses*
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