williamthebloody wrote:yeah poses are difficult. i'm only now getting fairly okay with them. for the longest time i could do an okay figure but had no idea what they ought to be doing AT ALL so they'd just be sorta there all empty and souless looking because they had no body language at all or facial expressions. just... blank. it took me hmm oh 15 years and i'm just barely getting there on that. ^.^' so it'll come to you. but luckily i do see that your figures do look way more natural in their poses than mine ever did back at the dawn of time when i was your age.
i really dig that t-rex. i think you really have potential in that area. it reminds me of that jack kirby t-rex of death... which i can barely remember. the demon dinosaur or something? but that may simply be because they are both red. my only real problem with the t-rex are the hind feet. the rest looks really good! have you tried your hand at other dinosaurs? i could easily envision a triceratops in your stylings.
I actually tried a Triceratops, but it came out horribly... *shivers* I might attepmt it again, though.
About T-Rex's petit feet, I alway manage to draw the upper body nicely, but when it come to feet and legs, I really screw up big-time. I'm trying to come up with a comic, but before I do that, I want to make sure I get a few things right.
And Flying Dracula Hair, gald ya like it. My friend was amazed by it. He didn't want any presents at first, but I convinced him...he he.
More to come, so keep your eyes peeled!