blotch said:greg-the-fox said:Here's something I drew from my head. I was testing my understanding of muscles (it's very limited). Could you redline it please?
I don't think it's NSFW, I hope I don't get in trouble for this! <under 18>
From your head it's quite impressive. :] It shows you have a good grasp on the human form and muscles.
The scan is a little small, otherwise I'd see if there was anything in particular could point out. The advice I can readily offer is to try taking a close look at photos and improving from there. The more you sketch from life and reference, the more familiar you'll become with your subject. You're never too good to need reference. :]
If there's any particular area you're having trouble with, I'm happy to try and help. :]
MaverickSwiftfoot said:I could use some help with this. I know they're both human, but hey, humans are anthro monkey's, soo...
Anyways, I need help with their faces, arms, hands, and legs. :B
Icarus said:I'm still working on connecting the wing shoulder to the body.
Then making it look smoother, more organic.
And some hard/soft brush coloring (digital) tips would be nice .
EmilAnarchy said:I dont draw characters from behind often, so I'm not really sure what I'm doing right or wrong. I already have a tread running for this, and I've gotten some feedback on fixing the tail, but I figure its best to get as much constructive crit as u can right? So other than the tail I'm mostly concerned about the back muscles and the back of the head. If you'd take a look, I'd be extremely grateful
M. Le Renard said:Hey... Blotch is doing redlines. This might help.
Normally I wouldn't ask for a redline, but this one's for a commission, and I'd like to get it looking nice.
This is my first attempt at drawing an anthro kangaroo, and I'm having a hell of a difficult time. The pic is attached (pardon the crummy quality of the scan); I'd like to know how totally bad it still looks. Mostly it's the legs and tail that bother me (and the right arm is probably too long, but I know how to fix that)... anyway, any advice you could give would be appreciated.
One more thing, if you would. Do you have any general advice on how you do such nice looking paw-hands? I attempted it in this one, but... yeah.
MilkHermit said:Hey there Blotch. First off I just wanted to say how supremely awesome it is to see an artist of your caliber "walking among the commoners", as it were. Most artists wouldn't give amateurs a second glance, and I love that you're willing to help out those of us struggling to improve.
Anyway, enough with that. ^^ I'm pretty new to drawing anthros myself and am mostly struggling with arms. They're just an absolute nightmare for me. This is a WIP I could use some help on. She's a Digimon so she's supposed to be a little pudgy and unrealistic, but that shouldn't apply to basic anatomy! If you could redline the arms/hands and the neck area, I would be very indebted. Thank you times a million!
EmilAnarchy said:Hello again! I have this piece here I completed for the Draw the Person Above You thread. I've already shown it to Jinxsis and she was very pleased. But I was wondering what I could have done better. Thanks for any help
MilkHermit said:Thank you so very, very much! ^^ That helps a lot, and I'll definitely start working more on body ratios. (And yes...I measured my forearm with my foot. ) Thank you again!