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    Rabid Robotic Rat

    the 3 R's... but anyway.. still getting the hang of the tablet.. but if you have any crit or comment , its very much welcomed!

    Rabid Robotic Rat

    thanks!!

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    Very nice! No crits here, I really like the blood or like jaw juice or whatever it is hanging on the bottom of his jaw, and i really like the right eye!

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    Great! I think you should touch it up with some highlights and maybe lowlights to really give it UMPH.

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    Looking good napkins, you sure has developed.

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    Wow! Awesome work. "still getting the hang of the tablet" Yeah, right. Looks like you've already done that!

    The one crit I have is a slight perspective issue with the screwdriver. Maybe someone can redline it for you or something. My tablet is dead at the Moment.

    Excellent job on the rat. I love the detailing on its face. Is it wrong that in some obscene way I find it kind of cute?

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    WOW realy nice and scary work! if u put this little thing in a dark and dirty room it will be the creapier thng ever!!! hehe good work!

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    Very cool, reminds me of Skaven from Warhammer.

    Life is a promise
    nobody keeps.
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    Ooooh I want one!

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    That's a screwdriver he's standing on? You need to go back and use a reference for the screwdriver, or perhaps construct it a bit better. I would suggest the latter. The metal part and the plastic part seem to be on 2 different planes, but this isn't quite so noticeable anywhere but the place they connect.

    Now, I am kinda digging the blue eye there, but this still seems really rough and unfinished. Using a reference for the rat as well may help things out in the believability department. Keep goin' at it.

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    wow that looks very effective the pose and the facial expression, however what I wish is the head to be more sharper than the background I mean that you still have lot of room to work on this, however not the entire image just the face because its closer to us and focus on it

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    Pose is working, and the head is appropriately vicious looking. However, the tail has some perspective issues. When the forground section passes out of frame to the right the perspective suggets that the base of the tail would be thinner when it comes baclk into frame towards the rear of the image.

    Also, the circular cross section of the screwdriver has the same perspective as the rats mechanical left eye, as well as the hinges for the front legs. The way to correct this is to draw a line perpendicular to the screwdriver shaft at about the point you want the shaft and handle to meet. Then, draw your elise for the cross section along this perpendicular as per image below.

    lineRabid Robotic Rat

    Great idea/ keep posting.

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    wow thanks a lot everyone for the comments!!

    boomheadshot45- yo dude thanks gotta love the juice from a rabid animal ha
    Zwalharulzuki-hey thanks man.. yeah badass lighting is a big problem for me .. i need to study up more on all that stuff to get better at that.. i jsut have a hard time deciding where to put the lights at so i kinda jsut bullshit through it all ha.. thanks
    Crash-hey thanks man!
    BlueJackal-hah i swear this is like the 5th painting ive done on this beast.. hah but yeah i see what youre saying abot the perspective.. i knew something was off .. thats why im glad to have dudes here liek you to help me with that thanks
    Kalango-thanks.. yeah i wanted to put like a workshop wooden desk for the BG but it was for a contest and the deadline had ended.. but i still may be adding something cool like that to this
    Kaya--thanks i dont know what that is but ill take your word for it! ha
    RocketEXE- just make one .. couple screws some metal parts and a dead rat that you bring back to life... mmm
    StealthNachos- yeah .. i knew the screw driver was the shottiest looking part on here.. i kinda threw it in fast without refrencing one which youre right i really needed to do.. i did ref the rat a bit .. but kinda just took what i saw memorized some things then made it my own creation .. so i may not look as belivable though.. thanks for the help!
    Egets- thanks! .. i probably could go back in with more detail on the face .. i just didnt wanna clutter it... but i made the dumb mistake of flattening everything while colorign it.. so i dunno.. thanks again!
    Quatermass-ahhh hah! now theres the answer to the screwdriver perspective .. thank goodness.. i need to fix that it was way off ha.. man and for the tail yeah .. i dont like both parts where it cuts off the border because both bg and fg they seem to get smaller ive been noticign and thats jsut messed up.. thanks for the redline dude!


    and thanks again everyone for all the help and kind comments !!

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    Lovin the robo-rat realy liking his beady left eye!!!
    also lovin the tenacious-D

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