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    Lightbulb Spider-man vs The Hulk preview

    been meaning to finish this for awhile now, hoping to get to it this weekend

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    will update it soon

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    I'm not sure how to remove the link, I think the image hosting put's it there
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    I got it. You can edit your own posts. Just select the Edit Post below you post and erase the URL.
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    The biggest issue I see here is it really isn't a vs pic. It is a Spidey running like hell pic.
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    As one who has drawn spidey a lot, I would say be careful with the webbing pattern. The pattern should conform to musculature. Most of the patterns you've drawn ignore the third dimension and really flatten out the figure.
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    It's a starting point to get Spiderman inspiration. Todd has the webs wrap correctly for parts of the picture and wings it on Spidey's left arm and boot.

    Personally get the blue line structure together first before hitting the black.


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    Copying your favorite artists is a great way to learn. Make sure you think about how the body moves as you draw. Where is the head, the torso, the pelvis? Try to imagine the body in three dimensions and how the limbs overlap to create foreshortening. Keep it up!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neddypoteddy View Post
    As one who has drawn spidey a lot, I would say be careful with the webbing pattern. The pattern should conform to musculature. Most of the patterns you've drawn ignore the third dimension and really flatten out the figure.
    I'm working on, trying to get his web to hit that screen to give it a more 3d look I just haven't figured how to do it yet.. thanks for the feedback it's always helpful

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