Thanks! I'll post some progress soon!
AWesome, I like !! I'm just wondering if thats a real species of dino or a made one?
hey there guys. I need to start seriously working on my anatomy, and would love some crit and opinions regarding my studies and practice sculpts.
thank you very much,
Checking out your work and I like it. There is however a bumpiness to your work that can be smoothed out early on and throughout the sculpting process. Always be thinking about the forms of your models, how shadow rolls across their surface, the shapes of those shadows, and the texture of the surface. Nailing down your forms early on and expanding upon them will help push that silhouette, the overarching idea of the sculpt, and therefore reduce on the noise/bumpiness of detailing because you have the shapes already in place and the frame work to build upon.
Switching to weight and mass in posing, your tall and lanky alien creature design is neat and thoughtful, but again your idea can be further pushed by properly balancing it's mass. So for instance, because it has such a beefy and weighted chest, it would rest further back in his pose, offset by a thrusting pelvis and curving legs that visually scoop up that weight and hold it firmly. Gravity is a constant downward force, so in a pose, weight should be balanced around that.
You're a prolific sculptor. Keep slammin it out.
Nice sketchbook - you are definently on the right track!
Needs a little anatomy study but keep it going, stay motivated and keep on posting and sculpting!
Looking forward to your progress buddy!
All the best and happy sculpting,
- Kenny =)