2D Artwork: G1 Scorponok

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  1. StarSaber79

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    Heres my latest picture I drew this morning. I took some advice you guys gave me on my Rodimus Prime picture and a used a ruler a lot more in this picture.
     

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    Optimus-wave A.K.A. Omega-Wave

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    This one looks quite a bit better than your previous piece! although i think the arms and chest should be longer.
     
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    Great front view there, now I encourage you to try a 3/4 angle view, still in the same pose though. It'll turn out that much more interesting. And if you have problems on the next one, post the work in progress and we can help from there.
     
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    I'm no good at angles! I try but I don't know I just can't do them!
     
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    Superquad7 We're only human. Super Mod

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    Nah, bud, you need to rid yourself of this type of thinking. The main thing is that you keep attempting things and getting others' feedback about your work. You've certainly improved over the last piece! Keep up the good work!
     
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    I like it. It shows improvement in your style. You should try to put a little bit of an angle in there as the others have said, but only as much as you're comfortable with, moving in baby steps, you'll see if you keep at it, it'll come to you. Take your time, keep it fun and show us when you've updates.

    Love the character choice.
     
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    Nice. i realy like you style. Are you working from pics or the actual toy. Its easier to draw when you have a model cuase you can always move the model around. again practice by drawing at different angles. try not to erase on your page and once you have it all drawn up pick the out lines you feel that make you express what you want on paper by tracing or inking those lines. then start on your next copy
     
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    I used two pictures form the You Can Draw Transformers book. I don't have the toy. Thanks for the advice I always erase. On average I only do 1/4 of the picture then trash it because I think it looks bad.
     
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    Thanks for posting the link! I just posted a WIP i have been working on for a bit.
     

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