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June 6th, 2005 #1
HEY!! Don't look at my Thingy!
I don't draw back views as much as I should... had to make sure I was able to. HAHAHA Also wanted to try my spin on Thing. Gave him a modern appeal. Did this in between work(s) today, at my local bookstore, to keep the sanity. HAHAHA
I'm going to add more footprints, but when I have time to get back to it.
To view colors scroll from side to side please.
Hope Ya'll Digs!
Art: Sean "Cheeks" Galloway
Last edited by cheeks-74; June 7th, 2005 at 02:47 AM.
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Lol pretty bomb. I like the color job on this, well done. The Thing rules!
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once again, a beautiful piece, but i prefer the dynamic stuff. the back pose doesn't seem like a good standalone piece for the thing, maybe more suited to a model sheet. why does he have a mirror, is he supposed to be his own truck or something?
June 7th, 2005 #4
I could look at your thing all day. Very nice.
I appreciate what nofingers said, but I like quiet poses personally. I think you get more character that way than you do with the flying-through-the-air, about-to-punch-something pose.
He could use some mudflaps, though.
June 7th, 2005 #5
Honestly the only thing I have a problem with is his stance, his attitude. If you've read his backstory, you'd find he's not your fuck-all badass. He's a sad man, disfigured and traumatized. Be prepared to cry during the movie. Maybe it's just my style, but there's no essence of that in there. He may be able to fuck some shit up (pardon my french) but he should have that solemness inside, maybe through his eyes.
That's really just nitpicking though. The style is very Samurai Jack (?) and I'm not sure what's going on with his accessories. They actually seem to be making fun of his character, like he's a satired version of himself. Is that dot under his hat his eye? It's a bit low, and I actually liked the sketch better with his hat covering his eyes, kind of showing his insecurities. But it does work as a restyled version of him, and I think this would probably sell. Good job overall, and thank you for showing your process. Process makes me happy.
June 7th, 2005 #6
thank you, everyone.
ThinMint- that's my mole under the rim of his hat. and i gave him freckles all over his body.
June 7th, 2005 #7
June 7th, 2005 #8
I really like the coloring. But I think you could have put more effort on the legs, the way you've done the hands. They seem flatter to me. Also on the right leg where the pants are and where I think is supposed to be some shadow, the color value is brighter than the left one where some light should hit.
June 7th, 2005 #9Originally Posted by MIKECORRIERO
Same here...hint, hint.
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June 7th, 2005 #11
I really like the small touches like the sign on his back! pretty neat. I know it fits within the style here, but for some reason it's allways really bugged me when a character's arm blend seamlessly into his hand or fingers with no actual wrist. it's not really a problem here though. Good work! like your colors a lot!
N & B
June 7th, 2005 #12
nice coloration mate
and the outline-work is
over maximum, i think
June 8th, 2005 #13
thank you, everyone!
June 8th, 2005 #14Originally Posted by ThinMint
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June 9th, 2005 #15
Nice, but what are those straps on his feet for, sandels that we cant see?
June 9th, 2005 #16
Is this an FF teaser? Your stuff is always great, Cheeks! Very cool. The only crit I have is... can we have a bigger picture? I want to see his face more.
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June 9th, 2005 #17
Beautiful process there. Great linework and wonderful color scheme. I would agree as well, if you made an artbook full of your lineart and these colorful characters, I'd most definately buy it too!!