Let's say this week will end at midnight Pacific time (5 hours left, SUCKERS)
Short criticism toonight, since I'M BUSY
re: Juggler's image problem, reupload to imgbay or imgur, neither of them are liable to delete your shit. @Derakon!
Not much to say here, you pointed out most there is. The reference has a really nice curve to it on the (our) right arm that yours doesn't have, and the planted arm goes out further (roughly to where the foot is), but otherwise nice.
based on ClassicalHand04.jpg
Squashed vertically! Makes the hands look really long and lanky. Lots of sharper angles on the hand have been rounded out. A very clean and simple presentation though, which is good @Iamthejuggler!
Dead on with self-critique. The arm she's leaning on also goes out a little further right, though. Also, the reason the leg looks like it has lumps when you've got the same silhouette as the reference is, I'm pretty sure, because the shadows extend all the way to the knee-lump and then stop abruptly. If you look at the reference, that plane of light extends further up her leg.
And now the hands. I did ClassicalHand04.jpg from the attached zip.Hands
I think the proportions of the thumb in the upper one are off. Maybe too small? Also the bottom line of the lower one where the hand meets the arm looks really weird to me.
People really fuckin' love ClassicalHand04.hpg
Very good. You squashed the fingers on the lower hand a lot, though (run out of space on your paper?), and the fingers as a whole are too thin. Nicely done, though
Overall i think i really struggle with line quality. Getting the shape from my mind onto the page without using sketchy lines is hard. I do think that after the terrible neutral pose i improved a bit. My shading is also quite dirty looking, i blame the paper i am drawing on! (not really, but it is quite rough). Would love some pointers
Looks like charcoal paper
The shading came out alright! If you really want cleaner shading, you can use lighter pencils for lighter shades, but it really looks fine as it is. There're no obvious flaws in the way you work itself, going by those two pictures, so just keep it up, I guess <3@MegaLeon!
Yeah! I'm happy you signed up, Leon.
Lady has huge head.
The hip on our right goes out a bit further. She's not wearing boxers, that's the fabric being pulled forward by her leg. The left leg goes out further to the left, without that she's off balance. You've simplified the forms of the arms into two cone-ovally segments, but look at the negative space around them: the left arm is more bar shaped, with most of the definition being the shadows on the arm. Right upper arm is more turkey-leg shaped than coneovical.
Another broken image. Internet hates people with nipples or pubic hair.
These are excellent! <3 Why, if I had a foot fetish...
The upperleft one is kind of horizontally squashed, and the pinky toe in the top right one is too big, but otherwise, you done great. SHIT LIST:
-Xion (Oh come on, after all this goading I'll be pissed if you fail)
Am I missing someone?