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  • #16
    Originally posted by lucasnickerson View Post
    The foot that is in the highest position is funny. I think it's the heel. It should rest behind the leg.
    I have to disagree with that. A lot of people think that the legs and arms lock out perfectly straight when in fact they over extend slightly (more or less depending on flexibility) in a curved shape. Add to that we're dealing with comic book drawings that need to be pushed slightly for energy and impact.

    The only thing that sticks out to me currently is his left hand still. The palm should be wide open with the thumb stretched out and then his middle "sausage finger" would also stretch back and foreshorten a little.

    Great piece! NC is always fun to draw, even more so than Spidey IMO.
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    • #17
      Love the pose...great job!

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      • #18
        Razz007- I agree, I have been working so much on the character drawings that I haven't been drawing enough backgrounds. Soon to change I assure you.

        Thanks again everyone for commenting, its been a real help.
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        • #19
          Originally posted by PencilVillian View Post
          I have to disagree with that. A lot of people think that the legs and arms lock out perfectly straight when in fact they over extend slightly (more or less depending on flexibility) in a curved shape. Add to that we're dealing with comic book drawings that need to be pushed slightly for energy and impact.

          The only thing that sticks out to me currently is his left hand still. The palm should be wide open with the thumb stretched out and then his middle "sausage finger" would also stretch back and foreshorten a little.

          Great piece! NC is always fun to draw, even more so than Spidey IMO.
          knees and elbows can hyper-extend, but not ankles. I do agree that you have a point about exaggeration for the sake of design. I've seen heels pushed fars down, but never past the ankle.

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