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    Red face Kyle Reino - Get Away

    Kyle Reino - Get Away

    This is an original character of mine, named Kyle Reino. He's found himself in a tight situation, and is making a narrow escape.

    Done on watercolour paper. Sketched and shaded in black Bic pen, crystal red ink smeared about with a brush, and outlined with a smaller brush and black India Ink (which managed to smudge itself )

    This is part of a series, using colour to enhance the emotion. I'm currently working on one with a bright violet inkbase.

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    How does the color enhance the emotion here if I may ask ?

    i would have liked to see you didn`t cut the foot in half
    now you don`t have the feeling that he is hanging

    Also His right foot is turned in an almost impossible position
    because i am not an proportion anatomy expert i won`t go into it much further, and it`s a comic style so

    But further then that it`s a pretty decent piece
    try to make it more interesting by making bullets fly around him or something like that

    Keep it up

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    I agree. The color isn't heightening the emotion or adding mood - it just looks like a pen sketch on red paper.
    I agree too, about the right foot looking twisted impossibly and that poor composition of having the left foot unnecessarily cut off. I might even give him more room to the right - the direction he's looking.

    Even for a comic style, his head's huge and his eyes are too high up on his face. The left hand and the gun look pretty good, but the crease at the crotch next to the left leg is sort of odd and not convincing. The bricks aren't laid in straight lines (I know, nitpicking here) - they look sort of like they're wavering up and down a little bit.

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    Its a nice drawing, apart from the right foot. Its been said already but, the colour doesnt improve the pic. Try to work on that.

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