Figured I'd make it real clear for people. No sense in showing people something they dont want to see anyway.
Fist post is just filler for the forum thumbnail.
Last edited by Donovan V; May 21st, 2007 at 11:38 PM.
I'm hoping to get some feedback on the overall feal of this image. I know the anatomy is horrible. I've recenly gotten myself an anatomy book to help me remedy that. On this one I was concering myself more with the feeling of dreeryness and uglyness. I hope it reads that way.
I would have like to have this in my main SB but I figured with the nudity I had to put it here. The angel on the left started in my head as being pretty and pure... guess it just came out wrong.
I think you have evoked the dreainess you were aiming for in the drawing of the woman with the object over her mouth. What is the object anyway? At first I thought it was a pistol but I think I am wrong there. Your choice of colors was sucsessfull in bringing out your desired emotion.
Her arms are the best part, anatomy-wise, of the whole thing. The way the hands rest and hang feels believable.
You should just post this stuff in your other sketchbook. Nudity doesn't seem to be a problem for anyone around here =)
The pencil sketches are interesting. The girl with her legs attached to the chain is pretty freaky. The shoulder of the guy in the center of the page seems a bit big but I realize her is kinda holding it up.
Last edited by TacticallyWacked; May 23rd, 2007 at 09:08 AM.
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I do believe, Tact, it's a gas mask or some such breathing device. (Mask fetishism, I'm definitely keeping an eye on this one!)
But yeah, you did get the feel of dreary there pretty good! Would look tons better if you get her a wider waist / stomach; she looks downright anorexic right now. Keep it up, I'll be by again soon methinks!
TacticalyWacked: Man your crits are always like a gut punch. LOL. *quote* What is that anyway? *quote* Your to funny dude. Thanks as always for keepin me on point.
IMaim; Yea it is supposed to be a gas mask. This has tought me one very important thing. Even though you've seen something tons of times you still may have no idea how to draw / paint it. Very good lesson for me.