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  • #16
    Just to re-iterate the other comments, her arms and legs clash. Her legs look good on their own, but for a muscular upper body it looks awkward.

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    • #17
      Looks excellent! Keep it up!

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      • #18
        Hi Chris,
        I like what you did in terms of the digital painting and I have a few notes that may help you in terms of the figure work itself.


        As far as the figure itself, she looks a little puffy. the right arm, even in that position, lacks the power you would associate with a character like She-hulk. I changed her arms so that she's slightly flexing, this emphasizes her strength to the reader. By thinning her torso a bit, it makes her more feminine as well. I raised her breast and added a tilt to her shoulders and hips. These are just suggestions of course to keep in mind.
        Keep up the good work.
        Last edited by Jamal Igle; 03-21-2014, 09:04 PM.

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        • #19
          Probably just more of an hourglass figure while still maintaining her muscular form as the She Hulk. But apart from that, I have nothing negative to say. Excellent use of tonal!

          Speak of the devil, what tips could you recommend to me for color filtering via Photoshop CS6 or Illustrator CS6? I am developing my own comics, an my pencilwork/inking is said to be really good, but I lack in color filtering digitally. Any hints/tips?

          CJ

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          • #20
            Good advice, Jamal

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            • #21
              Originally posted by C.J. O'Sullivan View Post
              Probably just more of an hourglass figure while still maintaining her muscular form as the She Hulk. But apart from that, I have nothing negative to say. Excellent use of tonal!

              Speak of the devil, what tips could you recommend to me for color filtering via Photoshop CS6 or Illustrator CS6? I am developing my own comics, an my pencilwork/inking is said to be really good, but I lack in color filtering digitally. Any hints/tips?

              CJ
              What the hell is "color filtering"?

              I'd suggest starting here.
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              • #22
                Originally posted by Jamal Igle View Post
                Hi Chris,
                I like what you did in terms of the digital painting and I have a few notes that may help you in terms of the figure work itself.


                As far as the figure itself, she looks a little puffy. the right arm, even in that position, lacks the power you would associate with a character like She-hulk. I changed her arms so that she's slightly flexing, this emphasizes her strength to the reader. By thinning her torso a bit, it makes her more feminine as well. I raised her breast and added a tilt to her shoulders and hips. These are just suggestions of course to keep in mind.
                Keep up the good work.
                There are a lot of things that you corrected that were much better anatomically in the original.

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