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    The Giant Robot Factory [XII]



    Hello artists! feels like its been decades i posted my pixel molestation here, but ive been around, and obsolving all your great endeavor, and comments you left for me. thank you very much.

    this is one of my recent piece. ever since i put my hands on a tablet, my "nearly" defined style such as this one, sort of drifted into something new, but i am revisiting my old style, and working on evolving this particular look.

    "the giant robot factory" is a concept/ pinup art for a story im developing under the title [XII: Timescape Manifesto]
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    pencil, dipping pen with ink (blackmagic) on 80 lbs paper
    PS7/PSCS/optic mouse for rendering/wacom intuos for compositing and editional effects and lighting.
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    honest and brutal c&c, please. :chug:

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    Wow, this is awesome. If by killing you and consuming your brains I would gain talent, I would.

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    Hey HOON, I love this. Especially the dog and the wrench
    (it took me a few seconds to figure out what it was.)
    The texture on the girl's pants is great too.
    As far as crits go... The guy in the green's hairline looks strange, it looks like the right side of his head is shaved (unless that is intended.) The big guy in the red - his left forearm seems to be stretched out rather than tucked in. Other than that, great work!

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    I love the fat guy in the red with the flip-flops. he seems to lend it an air of realism, contrasting with the futuristic pseudo-scifi (but very cool nonetheless) robot and giant wrench weilding girl.

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    I really love the colors and the details and textures you got in here. The atmospheric perspective effect is nice too. The only thing that bothers me is that the perspective of the piece seems off. Maybe its just me, but it looks really odd, in comparison to the characters. Keep up the good work.

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    Thanks, fellas!
    some of the comments are something i didnt see before, but i do see them working as negative factor in some aspects.
    Matt, the BG alone has rather accurate perspective, but whats on the forground doesnt fit perfectly. initially, it started as two different image, and i ended up combining them both into one. this image has been sitting in my hard drive long enough, and im happy the way it is, but on my next work i will be sure to keep in mind, all your comment. thanks once again!
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    amazing pic, but is it just me or is the girl's head a little... off?

    humans are like snowflakes, totally unique yet useless unless in groups
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    Love the giant wrench. Reminds me of a Cybergen character I had from an RPG back in college. I never did get my giant robot though...

    Thieves of Thalegor Kicking Asgard and taking names...

    Eternal Juxtaposition Why does Evil prevail? Because Good...is...stupid.
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