As Asterith cried to Odo
it already seemed too late
she was born above the treetops
this she could not tolerate!
Truly amazing! You are just fantastic with graphite! Its so amazingly detailed, Keep it up!
My Sketchbook http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=169814
Very cool!! You put plenty of effort in your graphite work! I surely wish I had the patience... Interesting story, yet I can even look at the pictures and get a general idea of what's happening, so that's great!! I'm really impressed that you created whole scenes, not simply characters or backgrounds, but both are there and both are useful in the storytelling.
While anatomy was mentioned with what you could improve, also watch the scaling of monster and human. Around the August 5th posts, where the man is fighting the monster, monster's head looks a good deal larger than the man's head in one of the pictures, but then the monster's head shrinks in another.
I'm not sure if you're drawing the picture over a sketch or right from scratch, but if you further plan out how you want the scene to look (such as, in thumbnails), that might help you bring out more expression and gesture movement in the characters for a final. I agree about their stiffness, but I wonder if that's because you're applying all details right away.
Considering all the above, keep it up because you're doing well with this tale! Clever rhymes, too!
Odo took Maulric's sword and axe
then rushed to Sikandor's steed:
'I must have this horse, and this rope
For pressing is my need.'
With no time for more courtesy
down he wrenched the poor knight
Then spurred the horse to give pursuit
to the snatching beast in flight.
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