Spidermans neck is hunched and from the side his shoulders cover the view from the neck. About time someone commented on the other pic.Spiderman looks like he doesn't have a neck though but other wise its all good
Actually, yes. I do like to do that. Only if I can fit it into the pic. Or only if it's necessary.Has I said on the talk thread on the Off-Topic area, she only looks muscular cause of the level of shadding, in that drawing you are showing, it's being used 3 levels of shadding, thus why it looks muscular... And you're like your bro right? You put people on steroids?
Berlin Poe wrote:It begins.
This is the first steps of a lot of artists I've seen in my time. You have the beginnings of a comic draw'n future. Can I say this I'm not personally impressed. Though it's fair to point out, I've never really been too into traditional comics. I never really liked DC or Marvel. Big muscles...eh.
I'm a fan of skinny cats that can lift trucks. Kinda like Spiderman. Though I draw him much more lanky.
This is the begining, but you have a lot of fundamentals you need to learn. Perspective and general rules of figure drawing.
You have a great start, draw everyday and take as many differant types of drawing classes you can grab up.
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