Ooo, so very neat. I love all the little complexities you have going on in here. My eyes really want to see some darker shades though. I think adding another level of tone would really make this pop! It should help bring out all the work you put into your characters and their armory.
Well,a revised edition may take a while. I think the only copy I have of this pic is on the computer. We'll see though, as it is I have about 2-3 weeks of comissions to catch up on so it will take some time to get back to this piece. Thanks again! =)
Awesome! I love the detail in this. The shading is good but they could be a bit darker. Also there's some proportion problem in here. Though I dunno if that's your style. Some artists do that purposely cause they like the look of it (I do that some times. I make huge hands on my characters ^^; ) but other than that I think this turned out really great. You should seriously consider a job in comic books (if you haven't already)But anyways can't wait to see your next piece soon
But Jill I do have a job in comics. I work for Diamond Comic Distributions. The largest comic retailer in the world! (I am under contract to say that.) It may not be the illustration job I wanted but I'll get there one day. Good eye on the shading. I shouldn't have put this where it is, as it is NOT a finished work. (You'll notice I didn't even shade the spade symbol, which gives that away.) My mistake there. I was uploading a lot of pieces and just started to zone out. Great catch though...I'm busted. I am a freak for the dark lines, myself, so I know exactly what you are talking about! Thanks for taking the time, as always! =)
No prob! Well I know you'll get that illustration job soon cause you're just an awesome artist and once you do get there I'll be sure to look for your comics Shading is a common thing for artists (like me! ) in my opinion nothing a soft led pencil can't fix though