They had a drawoff at digitalwebbing just recently.. it ended already but I figured it's a nice subject so... here goes.. Still a work in progress any comments and critics would be helpful. Thanks.
(bah.. what the heck... i changed the nose on this one too)
Last edited by Blongblang; 08-04-2005 at 01:27 AM.
i like this piece.
lol.. i'm glad at least one person responded +).. ty =)
here's a colored version... i got tired of waiting for C&Cs so I just went ahead and colored it...
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Last edited by penciljack; 08-03-2005 at 04:28 PM.
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I'm not an artist so I can't say what it needs.
But I dig.
The real problem area that stands out to me is her nose. It's a bit anime-esque and doesn't seem to jib with the rest of the art, which seems more realistic. The result makes her look like she has sort of a Michael Jackson looking nose, I'm afraid. She needs to have some nostrils indicated to make her face work, I think.
Hope that was helpful. Best of luck with it!
Loston Wallace, former Cavewoman artist
"Hey, looks like you lost a shoe."
"No. I found one."
*coughs and looks around*
Spiffy piece, man.
I agree with Bruce on the nose, it does look a little Michael Jacksonish, thereby lowering her sexyness. Her torso seems a bit long as well.
Nice work overall! She's pretty and her outfit could rival that of Vampirella. One problem area is that her toes are much too masculine. Make them more feminine. For some reason, I like the idea of one shoe, at least in this picture, but I would have her heel exposed rather than covered. And Just from a creative design standpoint, perhaps adding a streak of different colored hair would add some character. After all she's a cavewoman, times are tough, right? I'm reminded of the movie 1,000,000 B.C. with Raquel Welch. I'm assuming you are aware of that movie and Welch? If not, look into it. It will give you some ideas. And what is that tool she's wielding?
Sometimes you just have to be patient for comments, friend. I know it's frustrating, but you have to remember that folks aren't obligated to comment and comment quickly.
Originally Posted by Blongblang
Also, please take note that this is the Pencilling Lab - it's great that you colored the piece (not sure how that's gonna help you get comments, but I digress) but it's not appropriate here. Feel free to repost the colors over in the Coloring Lab.
it's an alright pic.
her nose needs to more defined in general. It's pretty much just an after-thought right now.
Her fingers look like they've got the rigor mortis. and there is a whole lotta space between 'em.
Also, her left leg is attached funny. Doesn't look natural. It shouldn't shoot that straight up.
And terry's right, don't go whining about posts. People don't normally like that and may ignore you more.