Discussion in 'FanArt' started by mothman, Nov 23, 2017.
Cheaper than I thought it'd be.
Expect a request in the coming weeks...
I knew this one looked familiar... GoGo Jungle (not to be confused with RunRun Forest), the vegetable cousin of Marlene. You could probably reuse many of the blueprints, if not the clothes with some dyes (risky... or bleach then dye?).
Wow, that is absolutly gorgeous, I am jalous.
working on some art for terrain adboards set involving her, doing some design tweaks on the painting, changing mid section mainly,
Yay for fresh stuff from you.
And a double YAY for doing terrain-usable AdBoard-Posters!!
Wip on Ibaraki 4 from the Tenka Fubu's "Ōoe Divison" of Daiyokai
Ibaraki taichou 2nd in command of the Ooe Division for the Tenka fubu conglomerate done. She is named character in my personaly fluff for my JSA faction.
*Spud looks for the three things that generally bug him about fan art: bad anatomy, squishy detail, and floaty figures who don't sit well in their backdrop*
*doesn't see any of them here*
*nods in satisfaction*
Good job. :)
How does one do that or in other words make that mistake?
Well, for a super quick example: the green lady in the WIP one picture up. Fan art often has figures in a "cool" pose where they float in space, but which would be uncomfortable for a real person to stand in or impossible to support themselves in. The WIP green lady looks like she's hovering, whereas the Daiyokai's pose has him interact correctly with the ground plane and conveys the weight of the armour through the correct angling and tensioning of the various limbs.
It's super nitpicky, but once you start looking for it you'll see it absolutely EVERYWHERE in fan art and even in the casual sketches of pros. Making your characters interact realistically with their physical space (even if you don't actually draw the background) takes intentional effort, and a lot of artists can't be bothered unless they're being paid. :P
@Captain Spud I see. Very good tips and opinion. Thank you for answering my question and I'll take your views into consideration when I do art from now on.
God damn your stuff is inspiring
also teaser for Kurage stuff
Perfectly sums up the recent threads in YJ the forum.
Congrats. I am now questioning my color scheme choices.
Excelente trabajo, hermano.
Damn, I love your work @mothman . I still wear my avatar proudly.
Such incredible art...
How much would some dossier recolors cost? Asking for a 'friend' (myself)
That Daiyokai looks real nice and once again vindicates my ISS color scheme choice.