Haven't fleshed out the bow yet, I think I'm going to change the arm angle.
That bow's a bit small, isn't it? I always picture him using a longer bow than that.....
And I'm not seeing the significance of the knife? I thought he was bows and arrows all the way? Or am I behind on my characters and Bullseye is now Hawkeye?
Another thing about that knife is that it lines up perfectly vertically with the line of his 'skirt'. That creates a bit of visual discomfort - and I'd either lose the knife - or move it a bit.
Hope that helps.
Last edited by Beastie; 09-08-2009 at 03:19 AM.
i hope u dont mind a few crits and suggestions from a lightweight such as myself. There needs to be a lot more rendering from his left shoulder to where his trap meets it, as it stands, he has no shoulder what so ever. Either his head is too big, or his body is too small, because his body is only about 4.5-5 heads long(5.5-6 including his head already obviously), while a person is closer 7.5 or 8(but i do like the rendering of his head and face a lot man) U have to give him a waist, cuz he doesnt have one and his right bicep is a lot bigger than his left. I know it sounds like i ripped it apart, and sorry for that, but i think those r all pretty easy fixes and u have urself a mighty fine drawing friend! Hope that my insight has helped!
one more thing, it doesnt even look like his hand is touching the bow. if u bring the hand down a bit, and have his pointer finger run along the curve of the bow, it will look pretty good
Last edited by ntat; 09-08-2009 at 05:02 AM.
Yeah, Bullseye is now Hawkeye so I was aiming to give him a disturbed look. And you're right, Ntat, he is wicked short. And the bow is really rough and the arm angle is very open to change. And suggestions from all weight classes are appreciated. I don't even have a weightclass here so critique away.
lol I dont have a weight class either, i am just starting to have an opinion on where i stand based on what im learning. Look up my "sledgehammer sniper" and "zombie", u will see what I mean