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    Spidey

    Just started this, having some trouble with the foremost hand. Any help with that or anything else is appreciated.

    Last edited by nickog; 08-11-2017 at 11:03 AM.
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    thanks for the heads up, fixed
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    He should be looking at where he is shooting his next web. I also think his back is too straight up and down. He should be reaching towards where he is shooting. Reaching is not just the arm, the rest of the body needs to sell that action as well.

    There are some other little things, but those really stand out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Veritas71 View Post
    He should be looking at where he is shooting his next web. I also think his back is too straight up and down. He should be reaching towards where he is shooting. Reaching is not just the arm, the rest of the body needs to sell that action as well.

    There are some other little things, but those really stand out.
    Noted, thanks dude.
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    He's swingin' like an Egyptian hieroglyph.

    Opposite limbs forward. If his left arm is forward, his left leg goes back.

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    hows this looking?
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    Did some massive edits, lemme know what y'all think.

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    Better.

    Next piece, consider this: While the body is not subjected to the same perspective as the scene, the body is as subject to perspective as is the scene.

    Rather than stack body parts like building blocks all squared to one another, twist the three main blocks (head, chest, hips) so each has it's own horizon and VP. You want all three pointed in different directions at different angles


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