Scaling

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      Scaling

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      Darlos
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      After my last picture, I decided it'd be best to line up my characters and actually figure out how they should size up to each other, so I could reference it later instead of wondering who's head comes up to who's chin, or whatnot. It might look like some of them are stepping on each other's feet, but that's just cuz they're all on the same line.

      I actually had to bust out a ruler and calculator to figure out exactly where the tops of all of their heads would be, which is where those lines came from.
      Date: 12/5/2004    Views: 1,932    
      Dimensions: 1120 x 907    
      Rating: ******** 7.60
      Keywords: Scaling

  1. 12/6/2004 7:19pm Rating: 9.00 
    1. andiishere
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      WOW SWEET you actuallty used a calculator!! thats dedication!!

      i like this looks great! the poses hlep show the characters personality! this would make a nice wall with a good background!!
       
  1. 12/7/2004 5:19pm Rating: 9.00 
    1. Ectoruss
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      I'll take the short cutty one. She fit my style.....

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  1. 12/11/2004 2:43am Rating: 1.00 
    1. zylute
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      ohhhhhh myyy they seemed to be connected between themselves. XD. dude u really need to try and make thinner lines. all the lines have the same thickness making them look like they're in thesame perspective.

      in the pic, the best one is the short girl. but others seems to have flat hair, flat muscles (especially the dude on the right). u said that ur proud of ur pencil technique then try and make the lines thin and thick at the right place to show depth.

      and what's with the same characters. same guys same girls (and one of them got big ass huge hips) o_O;. uve been complaining to others right?

      and hmmm most artist usually use the characters head to scale. and that is more than enough. but u are the first one that used a calculator??/ lmao kudos to u for being the first person/artist i know for doing this. rotfl. XD
       
  1. 2/7/2006 1:40am Rating: 9.00 
    1. TalontheElf
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      Nice job U did ! I must admit, the character's lines are the same. Especially where they are standing next to each other (Feet Included) As U have heard, practice makes perfect, U are already on the right track. U may want to play with the lines when it to perspectives of the individual or an object.

      Doing one point perspective is easy. When U start doing two and three point perspective, it gets more complex and requires more patience.

      I do really like how U chose the shapes of the characters faces. Round faces for the young ladies, I like w/ the big eyes, makes them more "cute".

      The guy's faces, more triangular, their eyes more smaller, perhaps more "bad a**!" Also the fact that U are showing them in a realistic mode, I LIKE !

      For the guys that are standing in the background, try a lighter shading so the folks that are standing forward, make them more closer to the viewer (Darker shading, more distinct lines.

      To use a calculator for measurement of the characters, wow ! That is a first for me. To show the measurements, looks like U used "Feet and Inches" Am I right ?
      Try metric instead, much easier than the "F & I concept"

      Kore wa chikusho reigi tadishii suketchi desu ! Thanxs 4 sharing !
       
  1. 3/7/2010 3:51am
    1. GreatestPan
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      Aww it's so cute http://www.lovelyanime.com