Just raring up for the new year and a new chapter in Hybrid Zero. Gonna post some work to ring in the new!
Finally, the finished work.
All in a days work.
not the same anon, but the face looks super flat with facial features that feel slapped on. the cape doesnt make much sense, im not sure it's attached to where it should be to be blowing like that.
the proportions around the waist get pretty dang thin for how strong this character should be.
the overall color choice is nice, but you need to back it up with a solid drawing.
Now that, I can work with.
However, My work ethic is such, that I dont return to an image after I finished<?> it. Best to move on. At this point it's quantity over quality. But, the crit is useful for the next one.
Looks kind of like you went to rendering halfway through blocking it in, skimping over adding any kind of detail work.
- Face looks absolutely retarded
- Her trapezius muscles are uneven as FUCK they don't follow tilt like this at all. I get that you're trying to tilt the ribcage but it just looks really off overall, breasts too.
- Balloon left arm, completely wrong area for biceps to connect on right. Big area below her right shoulder armpit should be showing - but for this pose the shoulder would be lowered instead - seeing how tilted the ribcage -tries- to be.
- Hands are round and puffy, not how hands look at all unless you're severely obese.
- Massive gust of wind on cape but hair looks stationary.
- Her abdomen go out almost to the edge of her midsection, abdomen muscles are
- It seems random which part of the thigh muscles you highlight, it looks like you either don't know how they intersect or don't know them at all.
- Boots and leg outline glide into one making them into socks (no thickness).
- Lazy as fuck feet.
- Gesture is boring, nothing happening. Just floating in space
- Overall lack of symmetry, like top of abdomen.
- Generic and superficial design - nothing functional.
- Flat looking rendering, despite a very muscular woman.
- She's missing a foot.
Overall: Learn anatomy.
>work on clothing, hair, facial symmetry, hands
>don't neglect basic anatomy/skeleton studies
I like how you color, it's kinda neat, but you should make sure the drawing itself is correct before you start polishing.
Your painting is good enough and everything for now, so if I were in your position, I'd just stop doing it entirely and focus solely on studying anatomy, proportions, perspective, etc. until your drawing catches up.
Then, you'll be able to quickly re-learn whatever it was you've forgotten about painting, just because you've done it before.
I'd also reccomend watching some youtube artists' anatomy lessons, etc. (In particular, Sycra, Feng Zhu, Sinix) if you're still having trouble with figuring those things out on your own.
It might also be worth changing up the way you draw from doing straight lineart to blocking in thumbnails and refining.
Dont know who you are, but, thanks. You seem to be the only one saying anything useful.
I tried to learn everything at once. I began the process kind of a learn as you go. I can see now that I still need some refinement...
Well, here's a page out of the next chapter...
I'm already thinking of postponing it and taking a few weeks to study, but this one is already done...
A Chun Li piece. kind of boring pose, but working on basics.
some more work. Living and learning in the '16!
Digital inks on this one. I might color it later.
>My work ethic is such, that I dont return to an image after I finished
You should. You really fucking should consider it.
The sudden quality drop between the preliminary sketch to what you call finish is jarring.
I'm still learning how to draw digitally. I got a Cintiq 24hd last year so I can work efficiently and not have to buy tons of blue line paper.
It's been tough trying to get used the slick surface. I think that's where a lot of my problems come from.
Here's one of a character of mine. Her names Cassandra.
I felt this sketch deserve more than what it got. I'm no master but I tried to give it another chance at life.
Bullshit. Blaming the tablet or going digital is a cop out. Your art has glaring anatomy flaws all around, your problem is you're try hard attention seeker.
Want to know how I come to that?
The fact that your art is at such a low quality yet you're pushing a comic, a website, and posted "muh character". I see it all he time and not just here on /ic/. People who can barely draw, or can't draw a hand, or have body parts all over the place, acting like their professional cartoonists. You can try to cover it up by drawing giant tits and smut but face facts, your skills are lacking. Blaming a fucking Cintiq 24hd which should be a leg up isn't fooling anyone.
Well, yes. Im seeking attention. I'm trying to push a comic. Its called marketing.
Im not using the Cintiq as a cop out. Its not the same as drawing on paper. Ive been drawing 20 years with pen and aper, so the transition is going to be rocky.
And Araleas breast are huge because its a commentary on the sexuality of women in a futuristic society. DID YOU EVEN READ THE COMIC? I posted most of it on my website.
I am a professional cartoonist. This is all I do. And some commissioned work on the side. How many comics have you made?
Newest Piece I've been working on...
>How many comics have you made?
I'm working on one right now. It's about your mom.
Tried to get your style down I think I nailed it.
Whats with the changing hairstyles? We got mom from dexter, then Goku, then marge?
I have to admit, though, I chuckled.
Really, though, if im going to take you seriously, I need to see where your coming from.
Your work is unappealing as fuck. I'm by no means one of those "muh anatomy" autists, but for the love of god, learn at the very least the simplified surface anatomy of the human body. Everything you draw is just so overdetailed and bumpy and the details are all wrong, which makes it ten times harder to look at than if you just drew a simplified, much less detailed figure but with decent proportions, proper rhythm to the surface anatomy and appealing contrast between curves vs straights.
But he's a professional with 20 years under his belt. Who are you to criticize his work. How many misshapen humongous tits have you drawn in your life time? How many under the radar comic have you made?
Set in the far Future “Hybrid Zero” is the Story of a half human alien girl and her strange family. In a place and time, in which sexuality isn’t taboo, but violence is. This group of Aristocratic soldiers. who just happen to be related, must face down their own petty problems and stop a trans-dimensional creature of unknown origin.