Well just in time to wish you all a very happy new year.
I just started a new project called BANG! BANG! based on the illusrations I did before christmas.
So here is a new one
To start, I though your pics from before chirstmas where great.
This one doesn't do it for me the same way though. I think adding all the comic anatomy on the guy is killing it for me...when people's clothing looks painted on rather then like actual clothing.
I really enjoyed the slight ambiguousness/flatness of the first images. The shading on the guy in this one seems a little sloppy.
EG. The eyeplacement of the mask doesn't seem right, the upper arm/shoulder area is a bit whacky and the shading on the leg could be improved.
The bum is great I must add, so don't change that.
Last edited by Maximillion; January 30th, 2004 at 12:43 AM.
wait.. what mask? all i see is the woman's bu--- OH i see him.. great work
Disclaimer: Unless otherwise stated, I have no idea what I'm talking about.
I basically like this peice except for some oddities about that guy to the left. Firstly, on his right arm (the only one we can see) the upper part of the arm is turned the wrong way for the lower part of his arm to be behind him.
What I mean is his tricep should be moved over more to face us and his bicep should be turned away from us towards his body more. Also the mask may need some light shading perhaps and maybe some more detail on it, for instance some scratches or cracks maybe? Overall cool peice though, nice render work with the leather on that skirt.:chug:
maximillion >> I tried something different this time and I'm not very happy with the final result especially for the man. That's what happen when you don't use a mouse for a month ! I wanted a cool pose for the guy, but the result isn't cool at all... Well you have to make mistakes, to do better things later
Red_rock >> Yeah bleh is the word
Epoch >> :chug: thx man
Wohr path >> You're right I redesigned that arm a lot of time and never did it well... I have still work to do, and things to learn
your work is getting even better each time I pass by, Mr Bone.