View Full Version : Marvel Drawoff - FINAL TAKE
11-30-2006, 11:13 AM
Well, guys and gals it looks like I've finally got this one right (I hope) with the help of Manji so i credit him for giving me some ideas to improve this piece. thanks again!
so here we go! heres the previous take:
and here the final:
please keep in mind that this is the first time i've ever tryed anything but 1 point perspective.:o
Crits and comms on the final apprecaited. please let me know if you see improvement.
11-30-2006, 11:47 AM
Much better! There's still some anatomy issues and I think you placed your Vanishing Points too close together but this is much better than your first attempts in many ways. The scenery is much more interesting and adds more of a feeling of height and action to the scene and Black cat is much improved. The character's are still a little bulky, specifically Spidey's right arm (our left), and as I mentioned earlier I think the vanishing points were too close together resulting in a somewhat skewed looking background at the corners of the image, but many of the problems of your earlier attempts have been fixed or at the very least are much less prominent with this image.
11-30-2006, 01:00 PM
Prevaricator is correct about the perspective and anatomy.
10000000% better background. The picture comes alive now to me. Keep it up - you'll get better and better!
11-30-2006, 03:00 PM
hey thanks a bunch i argee about both of those issues in fact i probably spent more time trying to correctly lay out the background than filling it in.:eek: weird huh? as for the arm it was even bigger and the other one was even smaller. all in all im pretty satisfided with it so there wont be any more redos to crowd up the bandwidth, promise!:D
11-30-2006, 04:36 PM
the only crit is again on the black cat, wich is still only holding the cable and is not hanging on it really, but don't worry about it step to the next piece and go on, way to go! :)
11-30-2006, 05:16 PM
alright guys and gals fixed a few things here this in the final copy
11-30-2006, 05:28 PM
you might to watch the porportions on spidey's thighs and move your vanshing points further apart....keep hacking 15 is a very ripe age heh
12-01-2006, 01:32 AM
Great job man! Looks a million times better. I echo the critiques and praise. Just like anatomy and everything else, practice perspective now, so you will master it later. Ask Santa for this (http://www.amazon.com/Perspective-Comic-Book-Artists-Professional/dp/0823005674), it will help you by leaps and bounds.
12-01-2006, 01:40 AM
thanks manji ill get it asap!;)
12-01-2006, 02:10 AM
Looking better! They both need to lose a few pounds here and there.
The lady now is much better than the first draft.
I know you put a lot of work into the background but I think its got too much going on and that flattens your image.
Example is the building detail on spideys right shoulder. Looks like its touching or connected to him.
All that stuff in the sky is overload. Take out some?
Anyways looks like the drawing is on the verge of getting muddy/overworked maybe keep those suggestions in mind when you do your next Masterpiece!
12-01-2006, 03:08 AM
sadman, what you've done looks awesome! you've obvoiusly put a TON of work into it only to put it onto the board for C&C. I would say, for your next piece, don't try to advertise that the super heroes are there. maybe put the heroes in a place where they're not looking at the camera.
this is gonna be a learning piece. 3 point perspective is hard for even the best of em.'
12-01-2006, 11:52 AM
Nitro chun i was thinking the exact same thing when when i posted this oh well... Thank for the comms!
industripop i agree with all of that. i may have said this already but the background was the biggest challege of the entire piece (took longer to lay it out than to fill it in! crazy eh?) doing this piece definatly tought me quite as you said.
thanks again for the comms guys!
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