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05-29-2003, 05:59 AM
Started working on my entry for a battle on APX,
I'm gonna add colors later on, first help me tweak this one a bit cause I've been looking at it for too long I guess...
05-29-2003, 10:03 AM
Well, I have to say that I like this. I love the quality of linework that's going on here, plus the stylistic way you're handling the anatomy is very interesting! Want to see more!
05-29-2003, 10:59 AM
yes that is true his lineart is cool and all. though there are some comments which may appear to be there. Like his right biceps looks to be rolling over his lower arm so maybe to shorten it a bit.
Also at the left hand i miss a finger (guess the pinky)
that's it for now... good job.
05-29-2003, 12:24 PM
... I don't like the shaky lines on the abs though.
Impressive tablet work, fellow.
05-29-2003, 02:57 PM
to me the anatomy doesnt look stylized, it looks wrong. his right deltoid comes down too far. if you rais it up, and cut his pecs in half to meet them, and where the pecs used to be on his side draw the seratus muscles that go from the six pack, along the rib cage, and up under the latisimus dorsi. then you should add more of a latissimus dorsi. the right arm below the deltoid looks too small over all. maybe when the chest is made smaller it will look better. ok, on to the left arm (our right). you see how on the right side there are three bulges? one for the deltoid, one for the tricep, and one that is the outer forearm. that "v" that you have at the end of the bicep should end at about the same point as thebump that is the tricep ends. if not a bit before it. you need some decent foreshortening on that upper arm based on how short the arm is over all, and where you have the elbow placed. push that bicep further up the arm towards the shoulder. overall, the torso is too big and the hands and head are too small. also, his fingers dont look human, and he appears to be missing one on his right hand. ;cap;
05-29-2003, 06:23 PM
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