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Old 03-27-2014, 09:54 AM   #1
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Dr.Genuks in research of dynamics

Hello people of DW!

Here I going to explore if I can make this composition a little more dynamically active, though it looks cool I am still dubious about placement of figures, make sure to see it fully inked within a week.
This is a sequential page maintained of 3 panels.
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Old 03-28-2014, 06:00 AM   #2
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Im loving the detail, the only thing that bothers me is i couldnt see there was a guy in front of the lady, until i zoomed in. Perhaps try and seperate the two using thicker lines and/or shadows.
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You need to work on your viewing plans... What is closer, it's always bigger, right?
So as the brush line.
That dwarf behind has a thicker lines than this big hand in a front.
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some adjustment

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Im loving the detail, the only thing that bothers me is i couldnt see there was a guy in front of the lady, until i zoomed in. Perhaps try and seperate the two using thicker lines and/or shadows.
Hy there, thank you for you comment!
Can I make some adjustment please, do you imply this central guy who is swashing with a sword, am I right?
If so yes, then tinted lines will do the trick without a doubt and i also thinking about applying the separating lines between figures that would exaggerate them also.
make sure to see the cleanest version soon,
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You need to work on your viewing plans... What is closer, it's always bigger, right?
So as the brush line.
That dwarf behind has a thicker lines than this big hand in a front.
Greetings and thank you for your opinion,
Of course you are right, I will reconsider the thickness of all lines for the final version.
Will post out a new rough pencil soon! You are very welcome to visit and see it,

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War in the North Finale tight pencil inking ready

ha ha ha I've accomplished this work in nearly two months, but now you can be sure its all made well.
Please do NOT skimp on your critics! lol
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Looks like it could be a great piece once it's inked.
Sorry nothing constructive, I'm viewing in my phone so I'm probably gonna miss a lot of details.
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great work on details, man!
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I'm viewing through my phone as well. But I do see a lack of depth and line weight. Everything seems to look like a puzzle. Nothing really stands out other than a few faces. I'm sure this will rock once it's inked and colored.. but until then it's hard to make out the scene.
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... large action pages that require that kind of detail are very hard to pull off. You've done an excellent job. .. but separating points of focus is key. The eye kinda gets lost here.
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Great images, dude- lot of power and dynamism in your stuff. Line weights, yeah- they could do with some variation, but definitely worth inking and coloring these- that could swing the right degree of 'pop-out' for your figures.
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thank you friends for your critics, i will make it inked and colored in meantime, make sure to stay tuned!
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