Superman-Batman study

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  02 February 2005
Superman-Batman study

i finally picked up my pencil and did some sketching, my batman and superman study... i'll be returning to the 3d stuff later... so what do you guys think, thanks...
  02 February 2005
Some crits

Try to work on the proportions of all of the characters. While comics have very stylized proportions, they still follow certain guidelines to make them look "right." I also feel like you sort of mixed realistic and cartoon-like proportions, when you should really concentrate on one or the other. In the Superman and Batman study, Batman looks pretty good, though. On Superman, though, his upper body seems much too large, especially his head, for the style and size of the legs.

I am sure there are other people here that are much better at explaining this stuff than I am, so all I can really say is just keep practicing proportions. Even though it gets very repetitive, practicing proportions really makes a big difference in the final results of drawings.

Keep drawing, it's the only way to improve!
Ian Snyder
3D Artist
  02 February 2005
thanks, iansnyder... proportion isnt one of my strong points... i'm working on that, thou vbmenu_register("postmenu_1977659", true);
  02 February 2005
I can see that you feel it.
Now just study study study.
If you have any specific questions I will help you with all that I can.

Successful people are those that are willing to do what nobody else will. Usually that something is work.
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  02 February 2005
Thumbs up wow

those are awesome !!

10X 5 stars
amazing amazing amazing
  02 February 2006
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