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    Domo Arigato MR ROBOTO

    Domo Arigato MR ROBOTO

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    Last edited by Kilmyneo; October 3rd, 2008 at 11:01 AM.
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    is that with a pc?

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    like the design of the main character

    anatomy isn't bad, think you should use a seperate panel for the second action would strengthen impact

    the wall seems to be the most developed part of the image in terms of colour and texture so you need to work on the two characters

    you could play around with the robot deisgn not getting much personality from the robot also seems like a lot of blood coming from a machine

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    o dont really see what action is happening i see the knife in one frame coming from one direction but in the next frame his arms way behind him the robots bleeding from the super hug of doom .

    you should try to make it a little more clear whats happening

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    I agree with jadefoodog. It's super cute, but I don't really get what's going on. If he just cut the robot's jugular or something, it doesn't make much sense that his arm has had time to come up and grab the robot's neck. Otherwise, he would have had to slice the back of his neck, and while I guess a robot doesn't necessarily have a spine, my brain defaults to thinking that it would be hard to seriously injure someone in that manner without running into bone.

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    thanks for the apreciations, the guy with the red eyes is not a robot, hes only singing the song ¨Domo arigato mr roboto¨ thats why the ¨thinking¨ ballon, no expression from this guy, i guess a lot of people confuse him ( guard ) with a robot.
    In this concept i was trying to do a very fast knife cut, in two panels, very fast... but i see that this create a lot of confusion i will try to insert a third panel between them, any advice??

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