Angua pointed out that his head was a little too big and that's true, I also explained pretty much everything else on the previous page.And simply WHERE did he get that turtleneck from?
But let me answer your question from another perspective. Where do they get the turtleneck shirts from? It's probably a military organisation that mass produces clothes and equipment of all kinds. Anyone who is involved in their operations are given the same stuff and that's a big relief to poor people who had no other option than enlisting.
Last edited by TheOnlyHorse; July 2nd, 2012 at 07:15 PM. Reason: english :|
If relief is what you seek, head to the children's orphanage, and take a leak.
His torso is not small, he has just pulled his pants up really high.
The mam is keeping shit oldschool!
Anyways it's a cool drawing, not much to say but I dig the pose!
Last edited by TheOnlyHorse; July 3rd, 2012 at 04:23 AM. Reason: derp english
I quickly put together this eye for a tutorial. Thought it may come in handy for people here as well.
The full tutorial can be seen here, featuring our awesome Mullins.
(The widht didn't fit DQ forums so I'll just give you the link.)
Great tutorial. Method works for me too!
TOH, you should make more tutorials like this. They're awesome! And pretty inspiring. Wish I had green eyes.
And how about hand-drawing skills? Can you make some tutorials on that? Every digital artist started out with fingers and pencil, right?
I'd love it if you could put more tutorials like that.
Dat iris tutorial! I like the art-style of it, there aren't many terrific eye tutorials out there, they mostly just draw their eyes and call it a tut. But yours is quite handy. Another great eye tutorial is one of Stephanie Valentin's on youtube. I'd recommend it for anyone, but it all really depends on whether your aiming to achieve photorealism or an entirely unique art-style.