Monday, July 31, 2017

Drawing error correction: A girl with an umbrella


Sarah:
Hello there! I’m your guide Sarah, from Wiz comics.
Gecka:
I’m Gecka Hiiro,
a PR officer/illustrator from Wiz Comics.




Sarah:
It’s time for another illustration correction. Yeah!



Gecka:
It’s another one from Oimo-san, Mr. Potato.


  
Sarah:
He sent us many of his illustrations together.
Gecka:
Yep. I handle one illustration each time.
But it’s okay for you to send us more than one.
If you want us to show three, just send us all.




Sarah:
Luckily, many people are visiting this segment.
We’re open for your posts anytime.
Here you go!


Gecka:
Very nice piece again, eh?

Sarah:
It’s a girl in rainy day. Looks absolutely fantastic!




Gecka:
Okaaay! Correction starts now!
Here you go!




Gecka:
I remember another deformed figure from Mr. Potato
with
similar character had 4-heads tall proportion.

Sarah:
Okay. But I don’t think it disturbs his taste.



Gecka:
Because another one was sitting figure.
This one is standing pose figure.
If you compare both standing, proportion divergence
of three-heads tall and four-heads tall will appear clearly.





Sarah:
Is that the real structure?
EEk! I’m surprised.

Gecka:
Yep.
If you’re not paying enough attention to the size of pelvis,
your figure could become
bowlegged,
big assed or small hip with fat thighs.
So please pay close attention to it.
Gecka: 
You know what?
From a medical viewpoint if you continue funny walking
it can cause a back pain.
Pigeon toe can result in a hernia.
Sarah:
Seriously? Oh god.
Gecka:

In English people call it pigeon toe, baby walk, duck walk.
Because they consider it a bad habit. Even people who happen to pass by you
sometimes point it out in public places.


Not only the back pain,
it makes you hate travelling far.
And you end up becoming introvert...
That’s why people see it a bad habit.



Sarah:
Makes sense.
Gecka:
Imagine top models and celebs. They never duck walk.
That awareness sinks in to the public.
Westerners refer to Japanese girls when it comes to pigeon toe.




Sarah:
I guess you’re right. Fashion models always have beautiful straight legs.



Gecka:
It also has historical background that Japanese women
tend to walk
with her toes pointed inward because of Kimono.
Also Japanese didn’t develop medical health view against it.
Sarah:
Don’t overdo drawing in-toe legs.
It’s better to control for the better look, and health care viewpoint too.
Gecka:
Now we have to think about “
perspective” issue
for the umbrella.



Sarah:
Wow! I didn’t even think of it.

Gecka:
I know. Coz it looks fine, eh?
Just remember this.
When you draw umbrellas.
Depending on the degree or the way it’s held the umbrella’s outline can change
.
Sarah:
Great advice.
Don’t let the bias drive your sight. Careful, guys!

Gecka:
Cool. That’s it for today.

Sarah:
Send your request! Bye!

 

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