It's a great piece The only thing I would say is that the white horse somewhat feels disconnected from the other ones The main reason for that is the reflected light on it Your reflected light is blue whereas there is no blue colored surface near him, and I dont see any brown light getting reflected from the other horses onto the white horse Take care of that next time Otherwise I like it
Hi Rayan, I have done a charcoal drawing of the same pose that you might wanna check out in my album, The thing I wanted to mention was that dont just copy the shadows but actually understand them Ask yourself why the shadow is that way, what would happen to it if we change the light source's position and other things like that Look for how the form of the body changes, how that affects the values, etc Thinking of it in this ways will improve your art a million times faster Hope that helps.
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Did these monkey drawings as a part of the 90 mac studies hosted by Bobby Chiu on YouTube Any critiques will be appreciated The time duration of each is on top of the page
I'm confused about the front plane in this image. it's completely off the model. the 10th rib is one of the landmarks, and this is very off the landmark. Is this drawn like this to avoid the boxes becoming a trapezoid prism shape?
The gestures are good but I think you should start looking at figures more in 3d than just 2d photographs For example in the 7th photo, Veronica's left leg is actually in front of her right leg, as in your drawing it seems behind, thus looking unnatural. I'm not saying that you draw the whole but just indicate it with a cylinder or a box whichever you may like (I personally use the cylinder as it is anatomically more correct) Other than that these look great Nice work!
One thing I noticed is that the shapes are not actually in perspective I think you should start practicing drawing boxes, cylinders and eggs alone from different angles And then instead of copying it on the figure I suggest you draw the rib cage and pelvis beside the figure and then superimpose them to see how much you are right Hope that helps
Well I think you should imagine this in 3d, as if there is a real head in front of you Like how the eyes are fitted deep inside the socket The cheekbones protruding And other things, if you could do that the results will be much more better as you now actually understand how shapes interact with space Hope that helps
My submissions for this month's proko challenge Graphite and white color pencil on toned paper The first one is called "The Silent Murderer" And the second one "Flames of Solitude"
"Final" piece... although there are still some parts that need work, I felt like it's time to move on to another work. In the end I had to ask "Did I capture the emotion?", because that's why I started this one. With that being said, any feedback would still be appreciated.