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Author Topic: redlines pleasseee!  (Read 879 times)

Offline kenzy

redlines pleasseee!
«: January 16, 2010, 11:40:32 PM»


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Offline Greek

Re: redlines pleasseee!
«Reply #1: January 17, 2010, 01:18:28 PM»
do you have a reference for this?

Offline kenzy

Re: redlines pleasseee!
«Reply #2: January 17, 2010, 03:11:43 PM»
like, if i used a photo reference?

no.

Offline binkari

Re: redlines pleasseee!
«Reply #3: January 20, 2010, 03:04:19 AM»
The main problem lies in the perspective. Her torso faces the audience, suggesting that the rest of her body should follow behind the ribcage. Past the shoulders, however, it looks like the body is almost a full-on sideview. Take these redlines with a grain of salt (of course)-- I didn't use a reference either, and it's super late at night.

Suggestion 1:

Follow the chest and move the lower body behind the base of the ribcage.

Suggestion 2:

Turn the chest a little so it's not quite so full-on by adjusting the breasts and making more of the ribcage visible.

Take note of the upwards slant of her lower body towards a vanishing point in both suggestions, though. It gives the illusion of depth. Hope that helped!