francium wrote: »
edit: in comic 7, if somebody used burst or just started popping off during a grouping session they would be tackled and beat the shit out of.
ninjai wrote: »
alright, so there was some unfixable problems. Everything was out of relation to each other so I started over. about 2.5 hours
I have a feeling I'm doing this wrong. I started with the angular lay in and built up the shapes from there, idk I'll try to find a better set of instructions online
Also could I get some feedback on the sketchy comics from the last page? Just tell me if you can understand what is going on or not.
Angel_of_Bacon wrote: »
Some stuff that might be redundant to what you already know/have been told:
Judging by the torn out paper you're working on, I assume you're just working with standard sketchbook paper? I might suggest going forward with a higher grade paper with a finer texture, since you seem to be getting a bit of roughness in your shading. You might also have trouble achieving the very soft shading and have trouble erasing substantially on rougher paper. (I've never done Bargue drawing in an instructed class so I don't have any specific recommendations- (maybe @lyrium has some suggestions, since she did all those cast drawings?) but I would think something like smooth bristol would be, if not exactly the best choice, at least slightly better.)