I love the look and feel of this. I'm not sure if the look is stylistically the way it is, but I feel as though certain parts of it could be tighten up a bit and the dynamic pushed, but that is just me. Good job!
thanks for the feedback, i tried to make it more dynamic but it proved difficult with all of the mechanical parts, guess i just have to practice more.
I'm honestly not impressed by this. I've seen from other work you've done that this is hardly your best. You should bank less on tits, ass, and pussy and really own your ability as an artists. Though if you do, own it. Your "Smokey's Paradies" makes this drawing look like a quick doodle, and that was over a year ago. My personal suggestion would be to post less sketches and more final pieces that highlight your skills to an extent that makes it impossible for someone to not love what you do. Try working more with pens & inks as well as that typically forces an artist to make sure what they've done to be the best they can do. I'm not hating on your work by any means, I just would like to see your best. I know you can do it!
Hey I'm very busy at the moment and i know those less good pics but i have more stuff I'm working at i will post some om my skechts gallery that I'm working on:P
i know it not hating and stuff and I'm glad u says this to me
Creative, interesting, clean line work, maybe a bit too much negative space but over all I like it. I could probably think a few people who would love this as a tattoo. If you end up doing any coloring to this piece, I would highly recommend you make sure it is as polished as possible. You wouldn't want it to look like you ended up saying to yourself "meh, maybe it's good enough".
Again, great job!
Fantastic critique, thank you. Tattoo work is an area I've been looking into, not sure if I understand it yet. It's similar yet very different from comics,thanks, again.
I like it, but I would of suggested messing around with the text so it works better with the overall piece. Bringing back the color so that it's a softer hue, blending it in more by fading it a tad, roughing up the edges so it shows wear on it, maybe a bit of stylizing so that way the text isn't too harsh on the eyes and fits with the composition. Other than that, good job.
Me neither but it had to be visible on the miniature. Thanks!
You happen to choose one of my favorite villain/hero characters of all time. Stylistically, you set a wonderful tone for this and I can't bash it. Rather I want to relish in it because it is very characteristic of Venom as a character from what I know him as. The splatter doesn't by any means take away from the overall composition, and the color choice blends together respectively. I just really like Venom, and you did a wonderful job with this. "Drawn in inks, scanned in and digitally destroyed." That is rich! Can't wait to see what you do next.
This is exactly why I love NewGrounds. I have more likely of a chance to see crazy and outrageous creativity that makes me what to push the boundaries of my own work. The colors, the tone, the subject material, the style, it all just works! Great job on this!
I like it when I can see a piece and really have nothing to critique. I can actually sit back and admire it. You have a consistent style throughout this piece, the color dynamic is juicy, and the subject material is fun. This is over all a good composition in my opinion, and certainly makes me need to raise my bar even higher.
I really like this, but I want to say a couple of things that are kind of getting to me. Now as for the style, I love it, nothing wrong. The only thing that is really nagging me is that I feel like you could push the dynamic of your colors a bit more. Not more colorful, but rather more contrast so that your composition really POPS when people look at it. Again, really solid work. Just give a shot at higher contrast between highlights and shadows. One well known artist that is amazing at that is James Gurney. Now you don't need to go for the "realism", but take a look at some of his work and see if you can't apply that to your work. I bet you'll love your work 10 times more if you can emulate some of those techniques, I know I would. I'm doing what I can to step up my game as well, so trust me when I say I know how it can be difficult. Nonetheless, great job and keep it up!
You know, the ironic thing is i was worrying about it being too bright and contrasty when i was donig this. XD But thanks for the advice, I will definitely check him out.
This piece works a whole lot better with your style, from what I've seen on your page. I would say that unless you intend to work with other color schemes, you should stick to red, black, and white. Not only that, but the sort of grim tone that this has also complements it. Make sure to keep your line work as crisp as possible so that it doesn't take away from the work, unless you're choosing to give it a more "stylized" look, like a pen drawing or sketchy look. Overall I enjoy this, and say keep at it! Good job!
I'm such a newbie when it comes to art styles. What I mean is that I have not found my ''own style''. So every work of art is an experiment. So it makes me happy to hear that this style is good, considering the time I have spent on drawing it. Thank you ^^
This is some pretty impressive line work, and I would say a big improvement from what I saw of your earlier submissions. When it comes time to coloring these, make sure to keep the contrast between colors up and don't sacrifice your line quality. Practice matching your line quality as close to what you have on paper with some test images. Also, don't be afraid to give the backgrounds some character too with matching theme and complimenting color scheme. These are just my thoughts, so take them with a grain of salt, but I can see these turning out to be even better as you hone in your skills. Good job!
Thanks a lot for your feedback. I'm very happy to hear that my line work is doing well as for my coloring and inkwork I will make sure I do my best to improve and will use your advice when the time comes to coloring. ^^ As for backgrounds I'll take those into consideration, since it's been a while since I've last done so. heh Thanks again for inputting your thought, it really helps a lot. :)
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