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Hi, been a while since I posted anything here been slaving in front of the PC for a few months now in order to bring up the quality of my work, in preparation for if I get into college the coming fall. While I have been mostly sketching and studying anatomy, I do have a few complete drawings I'd like to show, and see if what you guys have to say about 'em.
While I highly appreciate feedback and critiques, I'm afraid I won't be going back to fixing things on these, most of them have had their layers baked and undergone post-adjustments fixed in Photoshop and what-not, but I do want to hear your thoughts regardless. I'll start posting some WIPs in the critique forum more often, so I can easier catch all the stupid misstakes I come up with. =P
I would especially like your thoughts regarding the girl and her nose. I had actually finished it completely, baked layers and all that, before I noticed how HORRIBLE her nose was, in fact it was so bad I just had to fix it, even if it now was nothing more than 1 layer with all textures and crap in it... I think it looks kinda ok now, but I'd like to hear your opinions.
Nice unique style, the last one i like a lot.
Not sure about the second image.
The chest doesnt look real. And overall it is just not to my tastes. That's all.
No major issues.
Top two are good. Third one would be good if that kind of extreme exaggeration was a good thing, but in my view it's more of a training exercise. Fourth one is incomprehensible, as well as exaggerated/stylized, and creepy. Obviously exaggeration is your thing. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't, because it can be overdone. But those are just my opinions. You do a great rendering job (lighting, color and detail) with all of them.
I see, well, you're correct, since the initial sketch was in fact a doodle among a few caricatures that I did for fun, I just happened to work on it too much =P it's one of my banes when it comes to coloring, I don't know when to stop...
Yes, I'm aware my Zombie Pikachu is a weird one, he was created back in 06', when I entered a contest where we were supposed to zombify any known video/console game character. It was mostly done see how far I've come these past 3 years. And while I do like drawing exaggerated things, the Macabre and horrifying isn't always the theme I go by, even though I happened to post the ones that is. =P
Thanks for your feedback folks, appreciated!