Very nice! I always love the vibrancy in your works.
But the hair almost looks a little green on my screen, but that might just be my screen? I'll throw out the benefit of the doubt for that one. And like the guy below said, the pants have an interesting texture. Almost like you used noise to texture it, then colored the noise. It's a clever trick, but I'm not sure it fits with your style.
thanks! haha it's an old drawing. I didn't know how to use a proper texture lol
D'aww, it's a shame this doesn't have more reviews. Admittingly I came here because I thought I spotted an art thief from the thumbnail, but I find myself happily mistaken. c: Similar, but not enough. Odd coincidences happen at odd times, I suppose~
WELL while I'm here I might as well give some advice, even though I see it's slightly old. But a half a month isn't too far off.
I honestly do like your style, and the fact that you're actually drawing the -hands- instead of always having them behind your character. It's also good that you're incorporating accessories and markings into the design; i feel like I don't see enough of that in designs elsewhere. You've gotten the hang of the light source it seems, as it all comes from one direction, even in the hair. Which. DOES have a highlight, but I recommend adding some shading as well.
One thing you might want to pay attention to is the width of the hips. They normally do not look right when they are wider than the bust, and it also makes it really easy to make the thighs too large as well. It's almost like, when you look at the upper half, it's wonderfully done when it comes down to anatomy, and by itself, the lower does as well. But together, the top half looks too small for the lower half. The shading seems almost flat, but defined. Remember that there are some "hard shadows" and some "soft shadows" displayed everywhere on the character.
I hope this helps you, if only a little bit. ^^
... I don't know how
But I'm strangely in love with this
It might be the creepy factor. And I enjoy a good creep from time to time. Yet it strangely does not ruin my childhood...
I don't know what to complain about either! Guess it's a 5/5, then. =u=
Nicely done, but I think it deserves a little more refinement than that. Like the object needs to get a bit more solid, so the shape is a bit more defined.
Still obvious where everything is, so 4/5. c:
haha, I really love this, but I'm honestly not a hundred percent sure why. It might be the very different, very identifiable, very vibrant style you've got going on here. Or his face. His face is equally as priceless. It made very conflicting feelings; almost like the distortion is humorous but I still get the menacing feeling from the swirling mass behind Ness. Which, in my books, is a good thing.
Some of the distorted image just feels a bit TOO distorted to me, though. I mean I have not played the game, so I'm not a hundred percent sure on how things go, but the arms just seem too long to me.
Either way, greatly done. c:
I must say, this is awesome. xD Flat out, it's like something I'd expect to see in a classic RPG cutscene or something of a similar nature. There's a lot of action, a lot of direction, and a great composition.
The only thing I could really complain about is that I'm not sure about the massive triangle shape on the right?? I mean, I assume that's a shield for the green guy, but it's not nearly as clear as everything else in the work. It keeps me from giving a perfect score, but I'll let it slide with a 4.5 just in case that's just my own mind being a goof.
Thank you so much!! I understand the triangle piece
its actually his shoulder
I wanted it to be an odd fisheye like angle, plus I was actually covering up a picture in my sketch pad and just happened to come up with this :)
I appreciate the feedback dude! :D
but i'm so stoked that you enjoyed the rest of this!! :DDD
I hope to make an animation, or a video game some day!
She's adorable, though I strongly believe that a character sheet should include the entirety of the character instead of just to her waist. I think that a character sheet should be thought of as a means of reference if you ever decide to get her drawn by a different artist. Going only down to the waist makes them think "Well what do I do now?" and almost completely defeats the purpose.
I also think some shading should be in order as well, but some people don't do shading on their sheets, so I will not hold that against you. :P
Still though, I believe that conveying what she is in terms of status is shown just fine. You can tell that she's a sweet school girl; at least on the outside. The text is easy to read, too.
You're heading in the right direction. Just push yourself a little harder. :P
Thank you for the constructive criticism. I agree completely with your advice but the things left out are things I am trying to learn. I can do a little shading but I'm terrible and I tend to do half bodies because I am horrible with below the waist. All in due practice though. :D
I love the soft style you have here. It doesn't feel too harsh, or too dull. The characters are unique in their own ways too, yet still somehow manage to be simple.
It's difficult to render two people interacting sometimes, and you've gotten it down almost perfectly. The only thing I could really complain about in that field is maybe the female's leg being a bit too raised. I feel like it would've been a little better if you made her knee touch the ground.
You also may want to consider cropping out most of that white space, unless you plan to build upon this later and throw in a background.
Other than that, this is really well done. Keep up the good work. c:
Thank you for your review. I'll take your ideas to heart. I hope to eventually add something to the background to this eventually. ^.^ (Sorry for the late response)
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