excellent job...color it!
FlipFlop, thank you, working on getting some colour into that last one.
Hey there ardenbelfry. Welcome to the community man, it's a pleasure to have you on board. And what a killer first post you've made here. It's obvious you've got some solid skills under your belt already. I particularly like your rendering style. You show a great degree of control over your cross hatching technique in the way you've achieved different tones throughout your illustrations.
That said there's always room for improvement for all of us. So as far as feedback goes, it looks like there might be a few foreshortening issues in the Harley Quinn piece.
Now foreshortening is a hard nut to crack, that goes without saying. I still struggle with it from time to time, truth be told. But I thinks what's happened in this particular case is that you've made the bottom half of Harley's forearm too short according to the perspective we're looking at her in.
As you likely already know, the closer an object or form is to the viewer, the larger it appears. The further away it is, the smaller it gets. So as a whole, the bottom of the forearm should be proportionally larger than the top of the forearm to get the right amount of depth happening. And of course the forearm itself should be proportionally larger than the upper arm etc.
Having a good knowledge in Proportions I've found really does help in scaling the anatomy correctly in a foreshortened perspective. Because although the parts of the body closest to the foreground appear larger than those in the background, the amount at which they scale up is still proportional to the rest of the body... if that makes sense!
I love your work man and am looking forward to seeing what you've got coming up next. Thanks again for being part of the community - Hope you'll make yourself feel at home here!
Thank you Clayton, I greatly appreciate it. Foreshortening, is something, I am working on, thank you for the help.
Got inspired by Wonder Woman, and that Princess Buttercup is a General is fantastic.
You got some really good line work...very confident lines. We want more!
Thank you Cards4los, I will post some more shortly.
I am sure you guys all hang out on the facebook page, so you would have seen these. but here is some more pieces of my work.