Rénaldi Bemba
Rénaldi Bemba
Paris
Artist from France
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Rénaldi Bemba
Really nice I love the way you made your background !!! Yes I think you could find a better balence between light and dark in your picture but I really like your style !!!
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Peter Anton
These are lovely. Have you studied Alphonse Mucha's drawings at all? Arthur Guptill's Rendering in Pen and Ink would also be great if you haven't read it. On the male, the digastric plane looks strange. Steve Huston has a 3 hour Youtube video on head drawing, where he talks about this. You don't need to watch the whole thing, just where he discusses the profile view. My main problem with these is the backgrounds are coming forward too much. Look at these from far away, and you'll see that the figure disappears among the background in the first and last. You really don't need a lot of detail in the background, just simple and characteristic shapes. I think if you do that, these will real much clearer from a distance, as the figure will have a much clearer silhouette. You could also do this with values (light subject, dark background or vice versa). Aside from the technical notes, I'd ask yourself more about the characters you're drawing, who they are, and what the story is
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Rénaldi Bemba
Thanks you very much !!! Yes did study in Mucha I saw is exposition 2 yard ago such a amazing work . So more about the story .... I really like the fashion drawing vibe and more realistic illustrations like Peter Han , Kin jung Gi or Manga artiste like Inoue ...
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@ranma
Woow ! Your characters are so cute and cool ! I really like their hairs. For an idea of improvement, I hope I don’t say anything wrong, I am not a very advanced artist : I think the stones at the left of the first drawing have too much line weight/are too black and I think the shadow under the right hand should look like fingers? (I don’t know much about shadow though). Otherwise, I agree with Peter, all your characters look lovely, it would be nice to know more about their story !
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Rénaldi Bemba
Thanks you
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Yiming Wu
These are all looking pretty decent already! I won't be able to free hand like this. I can imagine this kind of style fitting on some murals and stuff like that. Do you have certain style or artist's work that you are looking to achieve? So that people will be able to know what still needs improvement :D
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Rénaldi Bemba
Thanks you I have so many inspiration 😂🤣 Kim Jung Gi , Proko ... I want to make a mix between fashion illustration and more realistic drawing lol
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Rénaldi Bemba
Hello Guys Just to have some feedback about my drawing and know where I can improve thank you and have a good day ..
Dan B
You've got nice strong lines there and they're definitely gestural, but a bit mixed with structure as well making them 'bumpy.' I would try simplifying it a bit more first and then build the structure on top to refine the drawing (if that's what you're going for). I've done a quick paint-over to show what I mean. Then you can measure proportions etc from here before adding detail.
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Rénaldi Bemba
Thanks you very much ... So I should simplified more my lines ok really helpful I will try today your advice !!!
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Felix Oesinghaus
There is definitely a lot of character here, which is great. The proportions are a bit cartoonish, you tend to make the legs too short and and feet too big. Also you tend to exaggerate every curve rather than just the curve of the pose/spine. I'm sure not all of the female models had bulging biceps like this so don't be afraid to throw in more straight lines!
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Rénaldi Bemba
Thanks
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Kyrie Escala
very nice drawings :) but I think you got caught up in drawing each details and makes the figures look stiff, I think if your studying gesture you should focus on the overall flow of the pose, try to use more simple shapes. hope that helps :)
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Rénaldi Bemba
Thanks you
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Shaurya Jhaldiyal
Hi Renaldi, Your gestures have a lot of charaacter to them! What I believe you can improve upon are lines. I see a lot of sharp lines with are adding that character to your drawings but you need to balance them out with some slow sweeping lines. If you find a line to be somewhat straight don't try and give it a curve rather make it more straight, try and amplify the function of the line. I also feel the proportions are a bit off so keep a look out for negative shapes and overall proportions of the figure. Anyway these are great drawings and seem pretty animated, which is always a good sign!
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Rénaldi Bemba
Thanks you
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Rénaldi Bemba
Hello guys just to have some feedback about my gesture ...really want to improve tell me what you think about it ?
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