View Poll Results: Teen Challenge #51: The last hope
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August 27th, 2008 #1
POLL: Teen Challenge #51: The last hope
First: Congratulation to Evil Sloth for winning the "teen challenge #49
Second: Good by Sloth. Now rock the adult challenges
Winners of the teen challenge (since challenge 42):
here are the entries for the " Teen Challenge #51: "Last Hope" :
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Voted dile, simply because its the best one
(23:41:52) (ArneLurk) I woner of there are people who have hairy penises
August 27th, 2008 #3
The two pieces of A tua măe and Dile are the only ones with a relation to the topic. I just don't really get the other ones.
Well, Diles entry has a better quality than A tua măes.
But I like A tua măes idea. Keep drawing to improve fast.
This time my vote goes to Dile
August 27th, 2008 #4
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August 27th, 2008 #5
Looks like a tie so far.
Dile did a nice job quality wise...though it could still have been refined a bit more. ~_~
But I like a Tua Mae's did a nice job getting the point across.
Hardhiter's wasn't too easy to understand at a glance. Is it a robot being the world's last hope? a sort of super sentai style superhero? ;D Well i'm liking the texture in that background, you made good use of the smudge tool for the licking flames[?] around the figure.
I don't quite get Dave_'s entry, but goddamn is it adorable. xD
Great job guys, I hope to see you enter in Teen Challenge no.52~
August 27th, 2008 #6
August 28th, 2008 #7
I really like the technical style of Lex's but I just don't get its relation to the topic at hand. I like the idea of Mae's a lot though the technical aspect can be improved upon in order to enhance the work. Dave's work is cute (and I like cute ideas too) though, like Lex's, the actual topic have not have been portrayed vividly enough. Hardhiter, I'm a big fan of Mecha shows but the technique can definitely be improved through studies and references, and the idea doesn't seem relevant to the topic.
A vote for Dile from me. The work strikes a balance between technique and idea though I generally find using text a little obvious at times.
Last edited by Alex Chow; August 28th, 2008 at 01:03 AM.
August 28th, 2008 #8
August 29th, 2008 #9
Yeah, I agree that mine went off topic somewhat, but thanks for the kind words about it .
Anyway, my vote went to Diles, He works with the topic well, and I like his style.