So basically, here's a sketch. It's quite huge so that if you want, you can download it and directly edit it.
What I want to hear from you is your opinion on my shadowing. Whether the shadows are placed in the right areas, whether they look natural, whether I should add or delete a layer of them, etc. It will be a night scene and the source of light will be a huge (well, not really that huge) full moon partly behind the guy's head and partly in that area on the left with the empty window. Please concentrate on the guy, as I won't be using sharp shadows on the furniture or walls but only on him and he's the main focus. Like I said, if something is difficult to explain, show it to me directly by editing the image. I'm fine with that.
Of course, if you have anything else to add, I'll welcome any kind of advice. For example, I have a feeling his head is too big. Is it? Or not?
P.S. Please ignore the narrow line framing the image. It's there for me so that I know where the edges of 16:10 resolution are.
Thanks in advance! :)
Ugh, should be under Tokyo ghoul... Where was I looking when I tagged it? -____-