wow instantly recognized him, kudos!
I absolutely love the boots, did you use reference for that?
Try to find more reference for the torso and neck and shoulder position- as PPG is heavily stylized I guess it doesn't make a fantastic reference..
LordLouis - No, I didn't use a reference for the boots. I have drawn many runway models, though.
Although PPG is very stylized, I still wanted my version to be more realistic. Unfortunately, there is something awkward going on in the shoulder/torso area.
anyway, guess who this is
Guess who this is - http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_no...andrew+loomis?
Last edited by Chris Sanders; April 14th, 2012 at 05:33 PM.
Now that Loomis is back in print,there is no need for the PDFs(buy his books,they will help) your proportions are off considerably,reference actual people(and human anatomy) and not just the character that you copied.
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Just kidding, you guys...
Dog-faced , Artimatum - I'm aware of the Andrew Loomis books, and I attend a life drawing session each week, as you can see.
Unfortunately, there aren't references for every imaginable situation, so anatomy and proportion is something I will have to absorb until experience allows me to master those weak spots.
The second image is a character I did with no reference. Let me know what you guys think.
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