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Heres Nicholas D. Wolfwood from Trigun:
You've got the makings of a really nice style going, but your sloppiness (both technically and conceptually) is killing it.
Would it kill you to clean up your scans just a little before you went to color?
Also, the blobby digital stroke vignette shape of the background is really poor design.
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I like where it's going , the lines are dynamic and energetic. But there's something missing; perhaps because you are going for a clean look, but lacks the actual finishing of clean lines and clean edges ?
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The graffiti backround is a turn of the tide sunshine - it could have more spheres of light following into one another. His white shirt collar could be skimmed over by a blade of grass to set the tone between his facial expression and movement of religious ritual. Hope any suggestions help.
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Thanks everyone, really appreciate all the comments and observations.
Checked out Sean Galloway's works, pretty darned excellent.
I like trigun. ^^
The sloppy way he's looking, especially because of his shirt hanging out, makes me think of Constantine.
When I remember it right, it was Nicolas Cage.
I would like to see a later version, which isnt that sketchy.
Just one thing: Where is Wolfwood's cigarett ? He's a chainsmoker.