View Full Version : Ninja after work - wip
12 December 2005, 11:00 PM
Ok, the Idea here is that Ninjas also go to the pub after work but they donít make many friends in there line of works. Basically he has killed the whole bar to get his pint (borrowed the glass of beer from our time). As he sits there he notices that the barmaid looks a little bit suspicious with her stiffness and empty expression.
-Right now the ninja women (bartender) looks a bit thin but I think that's because of her leather sachet and also what the Ninja man is doing with his hand is biting on a nail, from the beginning he was removing his mask but I then thought I wanted to make him look a bit puzzled.
I will post with a steady flow so if you see that I am screwing something up please tell me.
12 December 2005, 11:18 PM
Nice thoughtful expression on him.
What I notice though is that his left eye is lower than his right (if you twist your head and look at his nose as a vertical line it's more obvious)
12 December 2005, 11:24 PM
This may be a personal opinion, but I'd like to see a more consistent style between that of the facial features and the clothing. It seems like one is a little more considered than the other. I think your drawing style is fantastically unique and I want to make sure that it comes across after color is added and doesn't lose its personality. :wip:
12 December 2005, 01:18 AM
Bliz: Yes the eye was very off target :) so I have moved it but I didnt want it to be perfect so it's still a little bit off.
JesseBlunt: The cloathing is in a very urly stage I will make it look more like high rendered cloth later on and I think that might solve the problem.
Added some small detail like teeth and playing around with shadows.
12 December 2005, 04:23 AM
Have started on the beer and just fixing stuff here and there.
12 December 2005, 07:25 AM
Working slowly but steady...
12 December 2005, 11:06 PM
Added a mustash and more kontrast.http://www.lionchamber.com/ninjabeer6.jpg
12 December 2005, 11:01 AM
This is more a comment on your process, but maybe you should rough out the entire image before going into that level of detail on the main character? It'd really help with maintaining consistancy between all the elements in the image.
My main concern now is that after you've put all that effort into the character, you'll have trouble reconciling the background and the woman with that character, specifically things like lighting and color.
12 December 2005, 11:01 AM
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