Here are my barbarians. I decided to do a second version of each one cause I realized that the first designs were too form oriented and not bold or pushed at all, so I tried to focus more on finding contrast between proportions, and designing simple shapes. I wanted to share both versions though, cause they're really thought-out. I'd appreciate your feedback very much. PD: sorry for my English, I'm still learning. I'd appreciate any grammar corrections as well, hehe.
I tried my best but still couldn't finish the piece. I wanted to share though, to get some feedback. Some kids beating up the uruk-hai in a snowball fight.
For someone who knows nothing about perspective I would suggest Perspective Drawing Handbook by Joseph D'Amelio, and then moving to Scott Robertson's How to Draw and How to Render.
I haven’t got much to say apart from: thank you Proko for giving me a motive to finally practice graphic design. It really was an interesting journey- revisiting these memories - and I am happy to share a glimpse of it. Inspired by old thriller/detective movie posters.
Hi! Here's my entry, it is inspired by adventure movies for children. I wish I had a little more time to improve some things and work the lettering better, but I gave my best.