Last edited by duethedue; 10-16-2009 at 09:22 PM.
There are a few anatomy issues popping out at me here.
His hands seem a bit big - and his heads a bit small and round. His torso feels a bit lop sided / uncomfortable twisted too.
As far as composition goes -- I like what you were trying to do - but I think there might just be a bit too much space at the top of the image. Its almost like the building is the 'star' of the image - rather that the character.
You need to watch your tangents as well. In particular, I'm talking about the way that the back of Spidey's head meets the outline of the building to the right.
Hope that helps.
I fully agree with what Beastie has said. Composition is easily overlooked by some, as I often if not always do myself. Haha
You have some perspective and construction issues with the character. He comes off as very bent up and uncomfortable. Particularly his torso, and he kind of seems to be doing the splits; and while not impossible for Spidey, it makes him appear off balance.
One last offer of advice, is about that nearest building on the right. The lighting of the other buildings and on the character seem conflicting. I think if you detailed the nearest building instead of shadowing it out, it would help out your overall quality.
Keep up the solid efforts, man!
Well I'll be darned, never would have noticed these errors.
much obliged gentlemen.