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    Judge Dredd

    Hi All!
    I m new and impressed excellent works in this place!
    I restart to paint after several years, here is my first acrylic for a sf fanzine...
    Hope you like it!
    Sorry for my bad english

    Judge Dredd

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    Quote Originally Posted by AzaK
    Sorry for my bed english
    if thats your pillow talk i want more and i want it now. haha sorry dude. the picture is ok, but it suffers from flatness. at the moment it looks as if his helmet is merely a flat piece of cardboard stuck in front of his eyes. likewise with his shoulderpad. the stars behind him are popping out more than the judge . i think we need to see less of the original linework and more variation between the shading and highlights, paying special attention to the curvature of his shoulderpad and helmet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 'stoph.
    if thats your pillow talk i want more and i want it now. haha sorry dude. the picture is ok, but it suffers from flatness. at the moment it looks as if his helmet is merely a flat piece of cardboard stuck in front of his eyes. likewise with his shoulderpad. the stars behind him are popping out more than the judge . i think we need to see less of the original linework and more variation between the shading and highlights, paying special attention to the curvature of his shoulderpad and helmet.
    Héhé sorry for my bAd english again
    thank you for your good critics I will try to be more soft next time!
    But you know it's just a bad comix propaganda.

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    This piece feels like an underpainting. I think you could work back into this with some thicker paint and iron out that flatness. The front of his helmet looks a little crooked too.

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    The piece is fine. The background seems like the coolest part to me. I honestly think that is was too much based on a piece done by another artist (Brian Bolland perhaps?).

    It does look a little gritty, which can be good, but it needs more variation throughout. Throw some more colors in there and get crazy! Just keep painting and have fun with it.

    J. Christopher Schmidt
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    www.artisticschmidt.net
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    Thanks for your advice!
    perhaps i will post another version later here
    ArtisticSchmidt > i didn't take a model, i just look some dredd pictures...but it's so "codified"...

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    I can imagine this like panel in some comic

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