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This is my final assignment for school and i really need to pass this class so go all out on critques
So the assignment is to make 4 characters a futuristic aztec warrior male and female, and A villager also male and female
Futuristic armor for the warrior have to be based on calatrava
Here are some mood boards for the style of my characters
MoodBoards For Feel Of characters clothing body and ....
MoodBoards For Calatrava
So i Started Out with making thumbs of the warrior male and female here and there
Last edited by Grey_Rift; January 10th, 2013 at 04:14 PM.
Here i searched more for shapes silhouettes of the characters something to make them look interesting
And then started to refine them
I started with the female Warrior
And from this i went to the female Body and really tried to get the pose right
uhm yes and yes is it that bad mayby ?
Having access to such classes isn't bad, on the contrary it is very useful. It's that your sketches show very wobbly perspective and poor line quality and completely skewed construction... I was wondering whether you had any classes in the matter. Now I am rather puzzled: why is your drawing quality like that if you did go through perspective and life drawing classes. :/
So far you greatest problems are structure and anatomy. Line quality can be improved simply with enough practice, but to improve structure and anatomy you have to do a lot of work aimed at improving them. If this is supposed to be final work, and you don't have time to study structural drawing for half a year, then about the only thing you can do is get someone to pose for you. Draw from life and take reference photos for later. You still need to rely heavily on reference, and check things thoroughly with perspective plots and anatomy studies, to pull this off.
it's only my first year that i have these classes and these are not my finals this is still in progress these are studies but thx i'll try to work more on the anatomy in my studies
I will try to post everyday so i could get more feedback to guide me in the right direction for the exam
So i did what u said tried to ad more construction and perspective and came up with this
Here Are some Thumbs for the male Warrior
The anatomy is still off, if in doubt shoot reference if you can or use a mirror.
For me your rough sketches are too close to your source material (it still looks like a tribal warrior)
Admittedly it's hard to comment on them as they are so small but expand your reference to buildings or carvings rather than just people. Anything with a strong Aztec feel/iconography.
That way you can work that feel into technology/weapons armour etc.