Don't know, it looks good. Maybe put some of the blue backlight as a rim light on her hip, and then model the thigh a bit more with the red light (a more intense strip of red modeling the leg shape a bit like a cylinder).
Good luck finishing it.
I still really like your rendering technique for your pencil stuff.
In the last days of Io I miss some of that definition. The rocks and the lava all look quite undefined. While the lighting set up is quite well done, the rest would just need some more time for finishing touches and more rendering.
Anyways, keep rocking!
Damn awesome pencil work!
-And I'd also like to see more of that comic-stuff you posted above...
wow what a amazing stuff.
I can not get enough of your stuff
thx for sharing with us.
p sage Thanks man
BigEfru Thank you for looking
Ramalooke Thanks mate
Ok i've been sick for most of the week so had to stay home...apparently i also lost my job (just got a call like an hour ago) so i gotta search for something else starting from tomorrow...meanwhile here are some newer stuff.
Riot shell wip...
worked more on that doodle...
and that's what i have so far...
something i'm doing for a friend...
got more pencil stuff but i'm too lazy to scan them ...bleh....
I have spent this evening scrolling through your entire sketchbook - you have a lovely, lovely style, I absolutely adore it. Your pencils are exceptional and your colour work is rapidly catching up! A favourite indeed.
that doodle has become a really gorgeous painting, wow. Beautiful!
One thing though, the robotic girl's leg looks off to me now, like it's obvious that it was moved and not planned to be in that place. You know what I mean? try flipping the canvas to see it differently and see how you could make it look more natural... that helps me when some stuff looks a bit off. Also it'd really help to find a photo of a leg twisted and posed away from the body like that, it would definitely look a bit different than the way you have started it.
Just my two cents
Great progress so far! I love checking your sketchbook every time you update
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Forking awesome as always...
Be careful on some of those planar drawings... they seem slightly off. Use a ruler if you have to, as that will make sure you can line up your lines correctly.