Linkara wrote:In the chat, Pimpette bopped me on the head with her fairy wand and I became a fairy.
Maria and Michelle did that to Mooman. And... everyone else.
Oh no, maybe Linkara will dissapear too!
Kisai wrote:Partially inspired by how MnM draw chibi's, should be easy to identify who is who.
EDIT: Drawn only on the tablet, I'm trying to learn to draw on the tablet.
*adds to a folder of mcDuffies drawn by different people*
Alright, just a few observations. Basically, he's too elongated. I used to have the same problem, but people are actually more squat and stumpy than we seem to think. For practise, do what I did, and just draw an individual body part in detail over and over, eg, you hand. I mean DETAIL. Trust me it helps. As for posture/height, even just using stick figures that have joins and shoulders and hips helps.
Actually, it's pretty obvious even that DAMG doesn't know what's under that coat. The coat is just a tube as he drew it, but in reality there's a human body under it, giving it a very irregular shape.
He should've approached it by drawing a body under the coat, and then laying a coat over it. With proper anatomy of that body, he would eliminate a few problems, like leaning to front of the whole figure getting too thin lower to the feet, as oposed to wide in the shoulder area.
When I was a teen I had a book called "How to Draw Comics the Marvel Way"... I found that very helpful when doodling in mathclass. I wish I had it now!
All I learned from that book was that some people who are not me can draw figures by starting off with a series of tubes (humans = internet?). The book was pretty unhelpful as far as anatomy went, and as for the other things it talked about, they were useful to the point where I learned enough to be able to reject them. It was more of an informator on how it's usually done, but describing production of rather bland kind of comics.