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Good Hunting by KenFKol Good Hunting by KenFKol
Featuring Greased Lightning and "Confianza" (The AMR)

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I was just doing some practice with angles/perspectives, along with some more shading and lighting. Not too bad, but the AMR looks a bit bent where the barrel of the gun meets the body.

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Greased Lightning and "Confianza" belong to me.

MLP: FiM belongs to :iconfyre-flye: and :iconhasbroplz:

FoE belongs to Kkat.

(Leave comments and feedback is you wish. ^-^)
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1Vladislav Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Давно на подобе хотел нарисовать. Супер получилось=)
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ICTG4U Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2012
Pretty good use of perspective, shame you didnt use an anchor point.
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KenFKol Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
I have no idea... what the anchor point is... XD
I just kinda did this from my head.... :/
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ICTG4U Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2012
Well, to explain perspective, if you look down a straight flat road (like in the desert) you'll notice that the sides of the road will eventually meet up and touch, despite the fact that they are parallel. if you were to add a second road right next to it going in the same direction those two roads will also meet up at a singular point. This is what we call an anchor point.

if you were to apply this to your drawing, then not only will it look better, but it would also bring out the rest of the drawing.

Okay so I'll assume you didn't understand for a moment (if I may), the gun in this case would be a road and that all the lines heading in the same direction, should eventually meet up at one point in a nice and even straight line. So you could say all those lines come from that one point. So if you use that point and make the lines from that point then the rifle will much nicer.

if you need more explanation, lemme know.
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KenFKol Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Ahhh... I get it now. Thanks! ^-^
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ICTG4U Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2012
That's awesome :D most people have such a hard time with it, but you can apply it to everything that can fit in a box (which means everything) even people (or ponies) but mostly perspective is used in cities and stuff, also dont forget even if its at a different height (but still parallel) it still meets at the same point.
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KenFKol Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
kk ^-^
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