Comic Book Panel
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For one of the projects, we were asked to create a comic book panel. Yet, mine turned out to be more of a graphic novel, I guess more intentionally than not.
What can I work on, to improve the delivery of the ideas?
also, check out my blog to see close up panels:
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First time here, and first post. I am in 10th grade, and people always tell me that I am good at drawing. But I know that I have shit loads of things to improve on. For example this sketch I did for 6 mins.
>eyes are fucking awkward
>nose defies perspective
>ears, what the hell is that
Did anyone of you guys felt like this?
Also, crits and, please, book recommendation (am going to read loomis)
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first time posting here.
Related picture, it's the first thing i've drawn in literally 5-6 years. I originally stopped drawing because I became disheartened with my work despite constantly working at it. Got bored, stopped, life happened.
Looking at the piece i've attached, should I return to no longer drawing? or is there grounds to start again?
Used to draw, stopped, started again, continue?
also, poor quality image, no scanner, it's a photo...
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Interesting little details, backstories, and easter eggs in famous works of art?
>David - Michelangelo
While at casual glance, David looks rather stern and confident for battle, a closer look reveals that he's nervous as fuck.
>muscles in neck and face are tight
>veins bulging out
>facial expression is tense
He's been the butt of many jokes due to the tiny appearance of his penis. However, in response to fear or adrenaline, it's not uncommon for ones body to react by restricting blood flow and shriveling the genitals to shrivel up in an effort to protect them from being damaged.