Obilex wrote: »
Ninjai! Loving all of the progress you've been showing here.
Keep up the good work bud, and keep doing those life studies :]
DeeLock wrote: »
Get back to using pencil and paper. This digital media is just hindering you and once you learn how to adequately depict the human form on paper with the simplest of materials you can then move on to doing it in paint/digital/watercolors/markers and so on.
Give yourself a time limit, 2 hours is way too long for this sort of exercise. Try achieve the same result in 10 minutes time. Set up a timer and stop when it goes off. Try to get the whole figure in there and focus on making the proportions correct. There's a lot of books and resources out there to help you do this.
Astorite wrote: »
I'll also agree that lighting seems to be one of the big issues you have. I'd say that basic forms/structure are something you would want to work on too. I saw that sphere you did a couple of pages back, and think that's a good idea, but take it to the next level. Find something like an orange, apple, and a box, put them somewhere with some directional light like a desk lamp, and then draw it all from different angles. Paint them as well. That alone will help a lot.
Cool progress, though. The mask guy is pretty groovy.
ninjai wrote: »
Farb, m3nace, thanks both of you guys. Nearly every time I post I think to myself, "Am I doing anything, is anyone even looking at this." Thanks so much for the compliments, it means the world to me!
I forced myself to sit down and draw last night, I was so tired... I was up waaay past my bedtime.
IDK what Harry's emblem looks like so I just scribbled it in.
Did an update to the quick and the dead. Thats the first panel in a 2 page comic. I have the first page paneled out and working on the panels individually.
My fav is when I can get my kiss on with other dudes.