can someone give me some tips, and say what they think about my art
give it to me straight , just tell me if it sucks
This is a good idea. I know nothing about art, but you seem to have the basics down, so just the stuff DM said should help :)
Not bad at all, but I'd recommend practicing on human anatomy, proportion, poses, etc.
Also, if your having problems with drawing close to life human anatomy, try drawing monster like Hulk or Grundy (he's been drawn differently quite often but most of his portrayals seem to fit your characters outlines), may be a tad easier to begin with and once you get the routine start with human proportions by adapting to characters like Bane.
Great stuff! I especially like how your characters have distinguishing features that grants each of then uniqueness and their own personality almost. If I had any tips it would be to practice drawing your characters from different and unusual angles - don't worry about it looking detailed or even pretty, just practice different poses and angles and books on anatomy or having a small mirror or a good friend to pose will really help as far as referencing.
Your characters are very creative, which is great, another step you can take them is putting them into different poses and angles, to further highlight your ability and their personality. This can be hard for even professional artists, mainly because its more time consuming but patience and diligence will result in some great drawings and art. Another thing you might want to look into is diversity with body shapes? It looks like you like drawing big dudes? Which is cool, but maybe having - well a good example already is just a small difference like Nuke/incognito having bigger pectoral muscles than Reject, which I noticed straight away and just adds a tiny bit more to the character. It tells a little story, might tell you what kind of fighter a character is, or what their job is or what style they fight in or whether they work out in a gym or throw boulders for exercise etc etc
You also seem to like symmetry? Thats cool too, but maybe you might like experimenting with asymmetry? Oh and I really like the faces you gave each character. Thank you for sharing your art.
@SC: HOLY MOLLY I AM FLATTERED AS HELL! thank you sooo much, i really appreciated it , i love art and your comment just made so much more confident, thank you soooo much for your time, you always proved careful and detailed examinations, and you are very nice , which is one of your best qualities :DDDDDD
@TheAcidSkull: I v'e been drawing since I was kid, and used to sell my pics outside of my house in Chicago as a kid , over two decades ago. I recommend that you trace pictures repeatedly from comics, whenever you can. Eventually you will become familiar with how body proportions are supposed to look, over time and will be able to go from tracing to doing your own thing. Also you shouls practice drawing hands in different positions and work on faciacial features. The last thing that would help you out a lot is the shading of the body or shadows cast over the body . Do this for about a year and see where it gets you. Also check out different styles of artist work , you can learn from them all and even short cuts to finish pictures.Remember learning to draw can be learned in the same way as learning to write in cursive, with practice you get better.
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