Dang! That last piece is very realistic. Is it from reference or directly straight outta your imagination? Anyway, her left hand "seems" a bit too wide in my opinion. Must be the shading? it's looking fine in previous version. Just the hand, not the whole arm. Oh and will you colour it? um... Please?
Last edited by witcrack; August 12th, 2011 at 12:25 PM.
This is a good work in progress and gives me a strategy for computer rendering. I noticed on the coloring layer that her hands lost some of their structure. I guess you'll refine that some. Her elbows are a little pointy you might consider rounding them off a bit, she is full of soft mild undulating forms.
Your drawings have good descriptive lines, shading is OK too. I think you are sometimes following the lights and darks without feeling the masses or forms they are describing. Sort of not seeing the forest for the threes. May I suggest trying some cross-contour drawings as a way to develop that sensitivity. You have some drawings showing the breaking down of the structure or mass in a geometric sense now if you shift that to an organic sense by using soft or organic lines instead of straight boxy lines you can do both at the same time. Hope this makes sense.
Mike: Thank for comment! I think that realy helpfull for me . Sorry, I bad to use english, but I will try to good english soon, hope u keep comment for my work! thank alot
Dim5un: oh I think so! thank