Ok, perhaps i haven't any right to say as it is something i struggle with and get wrong a whole lot too, but there are a few artists i follow who have wonderful art and (Very) occasionally, one or two pieces of art has a very slight problem with their subject character's face, and somehow it really bothers me somethimes ><
One particular one draws some amazing wolves... Which have crooked noses DX One draws great MonHun monsters... who's bottom and top jaws are missmatched DX I myself love to draw white Fatalis... With horns that jut in silly directions DX
So, this is as much practice for me as it is a way of showing a few basics with Head Perspective by way of the blue line, whatever angle I decide on, i'll usually draw these a bit more discreetly, especially for open mouth Agunacotals and Diablos horns. So in addition to practice, this is also a good opportunity to add this to my tutorials as i have had some people ask me about this too. MonHun monsters being suitably diverse and fun to draw
Monster Hunter and all monsters here: Agunacotal/Agnaktor, Diablos, Reus/Rathalos and Reia/Rathian, Tigrex, Furufuru/Khezu, Teo and Nana teskator, Uragankin and White Fatalis all belong to Capcom.
Moar MonHun art?? Or more guides?
Very helpful TY!!
P.S. I'm all set up in my new apartment (I had been in the moving process) so I can start getting online on Tri Ultimate again, if ya want.
Oh, good for you eh Heh, i'm trying to finish up some of my commissions because i am potentially going to be starting work on a new project soon, but i'm sure we can slot in the odd MH session every now and then Thats if the Steam Summer sale doesn't ambush me with a deal on a game ><
you give a very good perspective of each monster!
cheers to you pal!
Heh, i usually struggle with it too! Though here i've made a special effort because i was turning this into a guide, normally, i would mess it up ><
To practice land! *zooms away*