Nice! I think you could use another transitional tone. Right now, the harsh separation makes the bottom left bulge look like it's jutting out too far, a transitional tone will help smooth that out a bit, and also the reflected light in the shadows is too light of a tone on yours currently. Hope that helps!
1- Rhino with importance method 2- Rhino with light direction method 3- Rhino with different light direction 4- Monkey from observation with importance and light direction (worried I added too many details but I felt like they helped read the form of the sculpture and the light direction) 5- Giraffe from observation with light direction (It was really hard holding back and not start to shade this thing to read the form better but I added some lighter texture lines instead that seem to also help read the form)
Here is a partial copy of an illustration by P. K. Russell. I decided to focus on the head, instead of the whole illustration. I noticed a couple of mistakes myself. But I'm interested in what other people notice. I'm going to retry after getting feedback.
My pelvis assignment, I realised I draw the pelvis too long on some. ange from below is somewhat tricky to visualise, have a pretty hard time on this angles. Feel my brain getting mushed. Any feedbacks will be greatly appreciated
Here is some more ideation on my Harvest-men. I tried to further my thematic focal points by exploring alternative variations I could give to my characters. Again, the word harvest evoked a lot of familiar imagery for me because growing up in CenCal I was surrounded by a lot of harvesting/manufacturing equipment. Hope you enjoy viewing these and any feedback would be very appreciated.
Hi everyone! I think I'm getting a little better but still struggling with the Robo Bean. This pose in particular I'm having a hard time with...The model seems very close to a side view here, so I'm not sure if I should show any front or back planes for the ribcage and torso. I did 4 different attempts at this pose. Do any of them look right to any of you? Thank you for taking the time to check out this post! Good luck with the Robo Bean everyone! Sincerely, Grace Mounce