These are one of a kind! That robot knocked me down. I admire your design and dealing with the color. Great job sir!
So do I(like the results)
killer work! def. digging the crisp b/w drawings, but a fan am if of that crazy custom brushed mech suit! sweet technique! and if I might give a lil contstructive crit: looks like the constrast on some of your sketches is lacking just a tad... perhaps the addition of some true blacks here and there would really makem pop. just my 2 cents.
Whoa, crazy stuff on every level - idea, lines, colors, brushwork...really cool mate.
You are so AWESOME!dude!the rendring the design the shapes Yso great!keeping post!i wanna more!
living like cartoon ,money like water!
man your work looks great!!! ever thought about making a lil' tutorial for all the dumbasses like me? you seem to play around with secret techniques very much! would be awesome to see your progress!! inspirational stuff!!!
great stuff, really like your sense of design
Your sb makes my brain hurt from the sheer awesomeness. *faints*
I think I'm in love.
If you don't keep posting, I think I might have to hunt you down. D:<
you have an amazing style, your work is so beautiful
This, right here, this is the kind of work that keeps me coming back to this site. Sharp, professional, fun, this is everythink I'd like to be.
That is some seriously sweet hair that C.O.W. jobba, it's got amazing texture, dunno what it is but the head's got a "THING" vibe where the alien eats the dogs, really great.
Love the heavydutiness of the dreadnaught too, the only crit I've got for you though is that no fat bloke in his right mind would over lock his knees like that, (and he is pretty chunky) trust me it just doesn't feel good. A very slight bend is far more comfortable and more natural looking, unless of course he has goat legs?
p.s. post more.
Yeah, great chardesigns!
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i really like that octopus/lizard char at start. imo i liked the first one more because its clarity and detail, disregarding focus points, is something im more fond of.
and i see uve pretty much mastered how to achieve a see-through/wet look which is something that can be quite hard/tricky to achieve.
all great works, post more
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