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Title: Legendary Gallery
Post by: TuffManga on May 15, 2016, 05:24:43 PM
You were tricked by the click-bait weren't you :tongue: Sorry :clapping:

Anyways fellow people who are going to be legendary this will be where I post
my stuff that you guys can critique and stuff (I'm not good with words)

So I will start off with my first scanned drawing which is literally just a couple of
heads. Since that is what I think we should start off with.

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Title: Re: Legendary Gallery
Post by: TuffManga on May 15, 2016, 06:39:24 PM
Another Drawing
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Title: Re: Legendary Gallery
Post by: Killer B !!SAMA!! on May 16, 2016, 07:32:40 PM
Too sketchy men needed clean lines for good quality and study human anatomy first men and then adjust
Title: Re: Legendary Gallery
Post by: TuffManga on May 16, 2016, 09:23:07 PM
Killer B:
Thanks for the feed back I have books on human anatomy but I was wondering what out of there do I need to study? Do I have to study the nervous system or just the skeletal and muscular system?

I don't understand what do you mean stop it?
Title: Re: Legendary Gallery
Post by: Boosted Nomena :) on May 17, 2016, 06:05:11 AM
Quite good headshoots to start with.

I's suggest practicing on a still and straight pose first, master the basic shapes and guidelines...and use reference pictures, practice drawing from real life poses.
Title: Re: Legendary Gallery
Post by: Upliftcomix on May 17, 2016, 07:42:42 AM
For studying anatomy you should focus on the length ratio ie how long is the leg vs the arm (see spoiler on head to body ratio image). You should also pay attention to how the muscles overlap, and consider how they would be shaded under different light sources. The Skeleton is good to know if you like fleshing up a skeleton, but not as useful as knowing how muscles work/look!

I like the top image; think they would look great with lines. The full body needs some work.

Bring in those armpits - that gap is too huge on the left and looks dislocated.
Tighten those hips - His hips should be narrow and not round. Women have round hips, men have diminishing hips.
Bring in those knees - The knees should not both be pointed that direction unless it's a profile or he is "walking like an egyptian."
The wrong foot - the foot that is currently larger should be smaller, the foot that is smaller should be larger. This will help make it look like he is stepping forward.

If the line art was firm over the sketch, and you made those few changes, I think it would pretty good actually.

I think the "Stop" is 'cause the second image is striking the Drawn Together character Zander "gay" pose


Title: Re: Legendary Gallery
Post by: Killer B !!SAMA!! on May 17, 2016, 08:23:42 PM
Men u can look at the sketch survival here i draw some studies on the upper skeleton body not really the nerves if you just wanted to add it thats what i mean hha good luck