View Full Version : Finished Works...
May 2nd, 2006, 01:46 PM
Had these in my sketch thread, decided to post them here since they're more finished off.
one of the earlier digital attempts
another digi from a couple months back
thanks for looking:android:
May 3rd, 2006, 12:09 AM
hey looking nice! : D cool style! the arm thats grabbing the bar looks a little funky on the first one though..like if he was holding it like that it wouldnt suppourt him or something. and on the second one, the top half looks good, but the lower portion looks rough and hurried, if you sharpened it up like the top it would prolly look more convincing. : )
third ones fancy too! although, I'd use cooler colors for the snow. didnt know if you wanted crits hah, sorry if you didnt. like to see more of your stuff, keep drawing. : )
May 3rd, 2006, 05:21 AM
the scater´s shoes don´t seem right. the other two pictures are just great!
May 3rd, 2006, 10:27 AM
I Like your style. I like more the first and the third one. The armour suite is less designed and it is showed. Foe example the plate on the body is too big and too much "just one peace"! maybe already with a simple outline it could be better. If him is not carrying a weapon, why all the pocket on the belt? ;) Give him a gun or something so, or cut off the pockets "military style".
The first one (the guy with the backpack): it's my favourite. The left hand (the free one) is wrong, like too much bended respect the arm, or this is my opinion. I Think also that it'll be better with a little texture below the shoes :)
Well.. at the end... a excelent work! I like your style and I would like to watch more!
May 3rd, 2006, 01:16 PM
I really am impressed by your pieces and style, and i enjoy the red armor. It seems a little bulky, but in a good way. How did you do your first piece?, its looks like watercolor and ink or something.
May 3rd, 2006, 06:12 PM
Thank you all looking and for your helpful critique.
I see what you mean about the arm. I will get back into that painting and readjust it.
Thanks... I think I see what you mean. I'll play with the shoes as well.
Thanks you for your comments. I will try to post more once I get some free time.
First piece was done digitally in Corel Painter9. There is a brush that creates a nice wash effect similar to watercolors... I use it quite often.
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