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It seems a storyboard. like your style, it´s diferent as usuall.
By the way try to use more cinematographic aspects... use more point of views. the composition it´s not bad at all.
I think think that you have to clean more your drawings, at times it´s dificult to understand it.
i am a fan of the grendel.
I am a fan too. Your work is just drenched in style. Its unique and the textures within make me look at the art longer than I normally look at comic art. Very nice.
very very nice :chug:
Ham, pigs, tongues, sides of beef seen in the butcher’s window, all that death, I find it very beautiful. And it’s all for sale—how unbelievably surrealistic!
I am also a big fan of the Grendel, allow me to offer some suggestions though.
The panelling is very static. Just boxes, and plainly laid out ones at that. I'm not saying you always need to have crazy layouts, but the layout should fit the story, and if the opportunity arises, do something different that carries the story better and makes the art more interesting.
Compositionally, everything in the boxes, the focal point is always in the middle. I'd vary things up and use some interesting compositions, not for the sake of interest, but to push the story further, direct the eye better, and strengthen the whole of the piece.
I always enjoy your posts...I hope you can appreciate constructive criticism.
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