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Very nice work on the metal. Especially on her left shoulder it looks really realistic.
I thin you could use slightly different (colder) tones in your shadows to create a more lively image. On the skin this could be some light violet-shades.
@Flügel: Thanks! Glad you like the metal part. You are right about the cooler tones in the shadows, but I stuck to my reference image for this study. Maybe next time I´ll be more free in my interpretation of study material
Here are some sketches, trying out some poses and movement without reference from what I´ve learned in the last 2 weeks from studying. they are crude and the anatomy is not right, but it´s the poses, I was really after And I whipped up some studies and a sea serpent speedy
I felt like doing a color sketch of "The Wizard of Oz" today. I wanted to achieve an old technicolor film look with slightly stylized and modernized characters. I´m not too happy with the outcome. It´s too saturated, the rendering sucks and it ended up too cartoonish...maybe I´ll just paint a "Wizard of Oz-gone bad" image next time...
Last edited by Elderscroller; January 23rd, 2013 at 12:41 PM.
Some doodles and ideas for a weapon sheet and ideas for a "Wizard of Oz gone evil" kind of painting. I tried to make an innocent/naive/sexy looking Dorothy, which has a not so innocent element (final character will be clothed). First try is a fail Too stiff and I don´t like it. Second figure is much more to my liking. Finally managed to grab some female form that is not stiff without ref. Kind of turned out to be somewhat Phil Foglio looking
I love your sketches, you have an amazing understanding of drawing people. Also really love the use of light in your pieces