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Sorbet's Scribbles

#1 Post by StunningSorbet » Mon Aug 13, 2018 9:21 pm

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❤ - Jeremy (An early start to a visual novel sprite)

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#2 Post by StunningSorbet » Mon Aug 13, 2018 9:22 pm

Here is Jeremy. He's what I have so far for my first attempt at a sprite (just bust sized at the moment). He's not finished yet, but this is his basic concept.
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#3 Post by skyeworks » Sat Sep 15, 2018 10:46 am

I like it! Seems like a good sprite to me, your coloring is great!
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#4 Post by robovelociraptor » Thu Sep 27, 2018 11:50 pm

hiya! i think your first sprite is a really good start! your anatomy is great and i think you have a decent idea of where to put shading and highlights. i have a few critiques, however, one being that i think it would serve you well to darken your shading and change it's hue around a bit! an example of this being:
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changing the hue creates more visual interest because shading is not of the same color family. usually what i do is move the hue closer to blue, but not so that it's jarring. just to move it a bit to change it up a bit! as well, there doesn't really need to be many highlights on clothing unless the material is leather, metal, ect. ^^ usually when i color clothes, i tend to only do back lighting or if the light is shining directly onto it. there also aren't so many folds, especially with baggier clothing like jackets. due to their size, the folds can hold much more cloth, so they become fewer but contain larger bunches of material!

other than that, i think you need to brighten up your highlights (with light skin, i think white works best), and to make the highlights on metal harsher as well! i do think you should make the lineart a bit darker as well, don't be afraid to push colors, it makes your art pop!

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anatomy-wise, like i said, it was great! the only thing i would change is straightening out his neck and making it shorter, as well! it might look a bit stiffer, but you can always tweek the pose to make it more dynamic!

that's all for my critiques! i hope i was able to help explain my ideas well enough! please ask if you have any questions! keep drawing and good luck with your work!! you're doing great so far!!! i look forward to seeing more from you~

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