not your best work honestly.
foreground main ground and back ground elements are poorly defined. making the image very hard to read.
for example, an easy way to help the readability of an image like this would be to add contrast between the foreground and background..
keeping this in mind.
i would recommend that since this is a scene where someone is gaming i would make the layers closest to the viewer such as the hands holding the controler be lighter.
(due to the light coming from the tv).
and as each layer recedes to that back wall make them darker
(almost never go full black.)
Best of luck! :)
dude it was a scrap draw in like ten minutes XD
what are you expecting heheh
Honestly a bit more work could have gone into the lava lamp.
it also doesn't seem to adhere to perspective even in a fish eye lens.
but all and all i like the concept.
i think if you keep refining it, it could be a nice piece to hang on a wall.
you seem to be improving at a nice rate. your trying out alot of different things in your pieces expending your skill set.
some thing i think you could work on would be your standard gesture sketches to help with your posing and proportions. just do like 10 of them in your sketch book everyday.
a good site i like to use is " http://reference.sketchdaily.net/en/ "
its just a site that gives you a random figure to sketch from.
you can choose male female and dynamic models.
and perspective. which will probably come to you by just doing more pictures with character interacting with the environments.
Best of luck man!
Look forward to seeing more from you in the future!
Thank you so much! That site is gunna help out a lot, many thanks man!
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