The last time I asked for feedback here, it was the best and most useful feedback I ever got. No deviantArt style one line "omg u rock" or "u suxx!!", and everybody did actual non-flaming constructive criticism - honestly and strongly pointing out everything that was wrong, which was a lot, while making constructive suggestions as to how to improve, which have since helped me enormously. I've been gone for a while working on things and would like to repeat the harrowing but beneficial experience!
Here are a few pieces:
My aim is black and white comic illustration style things; I'm obviously not aiming to be a pro, but rendering fun/topical little images to highlight ideas would be nice.
However, when it comes to character design... these are some what lacking. Their faces are really boring.
Man...what the fuck is up with your avi???
Steam handle: Buckwolfe
You might wanna fix the folds in his pants, 'cos atm it looks like he is scrunching his crotch together
Edit: Actually, now that I look at them, they all have the crotch problem.
Penguino - Glad you enjoyed the pirate! I made it as part of a pamphlet for an event on International Speak Like a Pirate day (so one of the my first actual 'using a drawing for something' things). I've only recently been learning clothing folds (from Burne Hogarths awesomely good book), so if I've overdone it it's probably because I'm so thrilled with how much they've added to my previously ultra-flat pieces. Practise should help me keep it to a more reasonable level, I hope.
Thanks for the feedback guys - and you, reading now, yes you: More critique will be equally welcome!
Because I initially looked at his arm, thought: "Right, he's got a wooden arm *shrugs*" then I noticed the leg with the hook, which somewhat surprised me :P
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