Tahnk you so much Slence! IŽll try to more later
More sketches using ref.
Sketch from imagination
Thanks Alrap. More to come!
Some pages of my sketchbook
Some portfolio pieces
One more step
Might just be me and my opinion but it appears as if the dragon in the back isn't really looking at the two in the foreground.
I think I say this mainly because of the proposed distance between the two. It's looking towards the right which is where they are in the foreground but if it was looking towards the right with distance between them it might be staring off into blank space. Instead of just looking forward at the pair.
Thats just a thought though can't say for sure.
Hi guys, thank you for the comments.
JFierce, i dont want the dragon looking to the two, i wanna it looking to the other dragon. IŽll still do changes during the painting, lets see how itŽll look.
One more step.
Maybe i put them riding on the dragons
Demon sketch i did a while ago
Quick idea. I'll work more on her.
I love how you handle a pen
Blueflies: thank you! I'll work a little more on her. She is a warrior chick
Izene: Im enjoying work with pen these days, thank you!
Fanart i did based on the game Gauntlet from Nes.
Feel free to do critics
That's a very nice rendering. There are some issues with it though and it's not very dynamic as for the most part, all of the characters are the same size...with the exception of the character at the bottom left. I think you should have made the creatures in the foreground increase in size as they get closer to the viewer.
I'm no expert on composition so I can really critique on that. Looks like your focal point is the barbarian in the middle and seems like you're trying to show that in subtle ways which is good.
Finally, there are quite a few anatomical errors, the most noticeable being (for me at least) with the barbarian. The way his thighs connect to his groin is off and his right latissumus dorsi musle is too large.
I would post this in the C+C section where you could get better help with this piece. I still have a long way to go myself so take my opinion with a grain of salt.
Otherwise, good sketchbook. Later!
My Sketchbook: Criticisms and Feedback needed
"A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step."
Lao-tzu, The Way of Lao-tzu
Hi bish0p2004, thanks for the critics! It helps a lot.
IŽll redo somethings on the piece
Understanding the goat horn
Thanks so much Aragah!
Thanks LastGen, im trying to improve my gestures