Hey Saro, Martin here. I'm really liking you ideas. The research is there and you are drawing out those shapes really well. The first thing I notice is that your center of focus on most of your thumbs is dead center. It's one of those easy habits I know I always forget i'm doing. What I used to do to help me break, or rather compensate for it, I would give myself more space for one thumb. Heck even one page. I'd start small, step back and if I noticed the focal point being dead center I didn't have to worry about running into another thumb nail, i'd just draw some more. In some of your thumbs as well it'd be nice to see a carpet, rug, more minor story telling obj in the space in the middle. Large empty floors just deaden a picture. Floors are also great to express a characters peronality, clean, dirty, anal, depressed (beer bottles), unkept, drug user, pet owner, etc... Thanks for readin. Good luck and keep up the good work, it's inspiring to see.
Thanks Martin for these great suggestions, I can see what you mean by trying not to have the focus in the center, I will take that into consideration next time. Normally I don't do that on purpose. Its a bad habit... You are also right about the objects that express the characters personality within the shot. Thanks a lot man for taking the time to give me some helpful comments.
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