Blaise Chambers
Blaise Chambers
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Blaise Chambers
Two bug gladiators dueling over a discarded fig.
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Blaise Chambers
Here’s my five! I’m wondering how to go about making interesting and appealing shapes. Also, how to go about posing from a front view. Thank you!
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Blaise Chambers
Alrighty! Went back in and filled up that empty space. I think I’m over 80 drawings now! Such a fun creative exercise.
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Blaise Chambers
Apologies in advance for this cursed image. Had to do my birthday brother, Danny DeVito!
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Scott Flanders
Are you my mother??
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Blaise Chambers
I wish.
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Blaise Chambers
I went with the fisherman route. It got pretty wild! I really liked the idea of having a chum monster. A revenge of the sea type of thing.
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Blaise Chambers
Another pig character! Trying to make a little series. Any feedback welcome!
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Blaise Chambers
Gotta love Eliza! Such a cool style. One thing that I would recommend is to pay close attention to the relationships between forms. For example, the two eyes. On Eliza’s there’s an upward angle connecting the two and yours goes straight out to the side. Another important relationship that many use would be the ears and the eyes. The angle between the two can actually tell you if you’re looking up or down at the head. Another thing to keep in mind is that forms wrap around the head. Keep it up!!
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Blaise Chambers
Hello! Made a little pig wizard character today. Looking for general feedback, whether it be fundamentals, character design, or whatever you can think of. Thank you!
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Blaise Chambers
I seriously love this. What an amazing tribute. Somethings I would suggest would be to push the gesture a little more. For example, the torso could be tilted forward some more and the arm holding the surfboard could be pulled back, and the opposite for the other arm. Maybe the tongue could have some more wave to it? But seriously. Awesome work!!
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whowho
Asked for help
any suggestions to make it more realistic?
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Blaise Chambers
Nice drawing! It looks to me that there isn’t very much contrast in your values (the darks and lights). This can kind of throw off depth and flatten the image. One place where you can go darker is on forms that are in front of others like the teeth, and the muzzle. Also, unless you’re going for hyperrealism, don’t worry about drawing all of the hairs. Try and hint at the textures through shadows and form. Hope this helps!
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