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06-07-2005, 09:57 AM
Here a project took my 2 day ... I know colouring not good but It is getting much time or I making false and make it more long ... But I ned comments about this :
06-07-2005, 06:52 PM
Monsters are awesome. My only thought would be to define the muscles a bit more.
Keep it up!
06-07-2005, 07:24 PM
well im not sure what youre planning to do with the whole picture, but the coloring is flat. get a light source in there and this will be one pretty cool beast ;)
06-07-2005, 08:27 PM
One thing I have learned about monsters is that it is harder than you may think to get a good one. If you have a monster with anatomy close to a human then you should get it right. (same thing with an animal.) If your monster has a head, torso, arms and legs like a human but, for example. one arm is a little bigger than the other it will look like a mistake - even if this is what you wanted.
My general comment would be to get the anatomy more like a human in the body. For example, his feet seem like they are two different sizes and the one on the right is facing out at a strange angle. You can keep the monster claws just make the stance and the rest of the feet look a little more natural. His shoulders also seem to stick out a little funny and this places his arms far from the body.
The concept of your monster could be really interesting. Just work on the anatomy a little more. Make sure you are happy with he anatomy before you spend too much time with color.
Good luck! Keep going.
06-08-2005, 08:24 AM
Thanks a lot for your's comments :eek: and I make Right leg in different angle purposely ... This is the Total Different Wiev between legs ... and yea , I know ; I need to learn Anatomy more ... or maybe ; I think I can learn this anatomy with drawing Humans ... I generally not draw humans but I will try .
06-08-2005, 08:24 AM
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