Beuwolf color study

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Nice work, Fuad2d!
The mood, the rim light - I like it.

On the second look: For the final work it might be good to check the proportions of the rider once again. - This is what I mean:

In detail...

When a grown up is standing, the upper body half and the legs are more or less of the same length. - When he is sitting, the upper body should be longer than the folded legs are. So your hero might be a bit short in his upper half.

(Or am I wrong? Maybe he’s older than I thought? What’s the story behind the picture?)
Just curious! :wink:

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Thanks for comment and attention to the figures, Rider hands are fixed to handle of of the canopy here’s the original reference https://imgur.com/a/xH8aEa8

Hi Fuad2d!
Thanks for posting the reference, but my comment was to the first picture…
Worth to mention that the camera in the reference picture is in a frog’s perspective. So maybe a foreshortening effect at work, too.

Cheers,
Bernd Stein

Oh sorry that was mistake, I lost final part of your comment, the perspective seems a normal camera lens as you can see here https://imgur.com/a/HnFWNWq , the story is a about a hero called the Beuwolf and he want to save a girl from execution in the scene https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A0XEHz5C5Sg

thanks

It does look weird. His knee is facing the camera so it looks like the lower part of his leg is the entire leg. :slight_smile:

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yea it happened to the original reference too.