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Well guys, i enjoy coming to this site and looking at peoples artwork, so I'm posting my first thread. This is an idea i had, all the Hulks I've seen so far have been real muscular, thought i would give him some body fat for a change. I'm hoping to make this a 3D piece, but more than anything I would like to get some feedback, suggestions, comments, anything that will help me get better.
Last edited by Dieguiņo; June 21st, 2008 at 11:23 PM.
Hey not a bad attempt at all, especially being your first post.
There are some anatomical issues like him having no wrists and the stomach area looks off.
I like the idea but I would take it further to make it unique, make him real fat and not just give him a beer belly and an extra chin.
I see you tried to indicate some kind of surface by drawing a cast shadow, which is good idea, but the grey rectangle there contradicts it and flattens the background.
Finally, a wider value range will help you make he hulk look more 3d.
Yeah, I would get rid of that grey rectangle and add some other sort of background. Not necessarily a fullblown, realistic one, but something to put him on the ground he's supposed to be standing on. Try doing something to his hair, it's very flat. I like how grumpy he looks!
His right foot is too far forward. In proper perspective it would be back further. As far as body fat goes, I would take a look at 'healthy Hulk' and drop some fat masses on that way. Remember it is just mass hanging from muscle, and you have a good start with that, but proper use of reference and a bit of research will push what you are trying to do much further.
i think the fingers of his left hand are lighted very strangely and seem very small in comparison to such a big palm and his pecs i think would look better if they sat atop his belly. think more santa clause and less muffin top.
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