I didn't sketch too much new stuff lately. Been too stress to focused on learning new things. I just felt like doing some Emion character stuff. A bit of background story on Sato and how all fates are intertwined with (young) Anima
It is a pretty good piece, and personally I like it without color. Then again this is not my style of artwork, however, I believe it is very good. I love the amount of good detail on the characters in the piece. But if you are looking for advice, I suggest you work on the entire thing to be more visually stunning. Put it in color and see how it looks. But if you make it a bit more visually pleasing, it will greatly increase the amount of people commenting and enjoying this piece of artwork. Other than that, amazing!
This is a very cool piece, even without colors. I can clearly see the lighting and shadow contrast, and the expressions and designs are original. I can't really tell what this is about, but it was good nonetheless. There's almost no empty and or unneeded space, which makes for a good piece. The crosshatching technique is well used, expertly shaded, and pleasant to look at. This is an original piece, and it really has good visuals and designs, and overall is really well done. Even though I don't know exactly the story behind it, the piece is impressive anyway. Good work!
really cool! I love the style you're sketching in, but I have one suggestion. Maybe you could put a bit more weight on some lines to further separate them from the other shading and details? I do really like they way you shaded this though, it really gives a sense of depth and transition. good job!
I see! I think it looks really great he way you have it too. I was just thinking a bit thicker lines to separate two different shadings. I think this is borderline a different style of art, but I also heard that adding thickness to a line also shows where the subject of the picture is placing their weight, if that makes sense. I don't know. Don't listen to mee~ ^^''
I love the composition of this piece, especially the folds you put in the clothing, not too many, yet not too few. The only thing that I have to critique on is the man to the left. His hand seems to disappear behind the child as though it were cut off, maybe add fingers peaking out a tiny bit where ever you intend for the hand to actually be, but other than that, great drawing
My attention is drawn to the tear in reality which in my opinion looks like a mouth full of buildings such as a clock tower, a skyscraper and a building with a flap pole on it which is about to eat the character in the center of it.
The character's hair looks like a feather or leaf which is the best natural hairstyle wearing a t-shirt with a symbol on it. He is fading almost as if he is being eaten by the mouth slowly and more of in a fantasy way than literally. The way he is motioning his hand could mean he is lifting the stones and his expression indicates with no effort.
The symbol resembles an arrow to me pointing to the young one who is adorable and looking at the gentleman with the top hat being sophisticated.
The last character stands out with lines of energy in which case he could be the ones lifting the stones.
The stones could also be torn from a different reality by the mouth and being taken to another dimension.
Awesome looking forward to new stuff in the future and next months Augusts sketchdump.