Hello AC! Been a while since I posted here. About to graduate from college and I'm looking to get some feedback on some of my digital art.
I'm currently a little directionless at the moment. I have passion for digital art, but I'm still not sure what I want to do as a career.
Also, does anyone here own a Wacom Cintiq 12WX? If so, what are your opinions of it?
(In parentheses I've noted self-criticisms. I will take all feedback and add it to my own crits if/when I end up going back to any of these images. And of course I'll take feedback for future works too
Having fun with some custom brushes. 2 hours. (May a little overzealous with the background. Some anatomy issues and cleaning up to do.)
More fun. 2 hours. (More development in the background maybe?)
Playing around with different canvas dimensions. 2.5 hours. (I like this one. Might clean it up.)
Perspective. Tried to treat it like a comic book panel. 3 hours. (Would like to add more detail in the buildings.)
Once a Deadpool fan, always a Deadpool fan. 2 hours. (I liked this one)
Dual lighting. 3 hours. (Might have over-exposed and over-glow'd it a bit.)
Doodle turned into a fun painting. 3 hours. (Too bright in the light, I know)
Steve Buscemi! 1 hour. (This one was for Reddit
These are a few pages from a 24-page comic I did for free for a friend of a friend. He supposedly had an interview with Marvel but I have heard nothing back. I did not write the story. As I'm not posting these for commercial gain, I think it's okay to share. If not, someone please tell me and I'll take them down. I don't know what the rules are on that.
Also, these pages were done incredibly hastily. I had about two weeks notice to do 24 pages. I was fitting them in when I could (I did seven pages in one day at one point), so if they look a bit sloppy, there's that.
Two pages from the beginning of the issue:
Two pages from the end:
Thanks for any and all feedback!