When I was a little kid, I always pretended I was the hero,' Skip said.
'Fuck yeah, me too. What little kid ever pretended to be part of the lynch-mob?'
JoeUser wrote: »
But Mogo doesn't socialize!
Angel_of_Bacon wrote: »
I don't have too much to say, other than the you tend to have the lines on both sides of your forms be symmetrical to each other, rather than using opposing curves, and you don't contrast straights against curves. This robs the form of rhythm and gives the character a puffy, baby-ish quality.
Your forms generally fall into the 3rd example, everything's put down as simple series of circles, even on both sides. See example:
By mixing the treatment up a bit you get a much more believable, flowing effect. This also emphasizes how the musculature works, with muscles counterbalancing each other; calves working against the thigh muscles to balance out the weight of the body, to keep it standing.
EDIT: maybe I should have put this in your thread but fuck it you're already here.
Mustang wrote: »
They all have a very uniformed line-width Manon, is that a concious decision?
t i m wrote: »
... they seem a bit cheesy, like a 60's star trek prop.