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Something I'm cooking up for a local fundraiser, completely derivative but a lot of fun. Thoughts and crits appreciated...
... about 4 or 5 hours worth of work on the tablet.
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not too much to say about the art i like it, a few suggestions though
2nd panel is too large maybe have a smaller panel with ship landing or ditch this panel and have the first panel with ship already landed
5th panel with alien attacking, some anatomy problems upper body seems a bit stretched on character on left pose is a bit stiff alien should be more looming more threating
thats about it,
other than that really like it nice clean lines, good design.
"There aren't any shortcuts. You've got to dig in – study and draw the world around you. This is the only way to hone your skill and develop a style that is your own". GREG CAPULLO
Nice, I like it!
"Creativity emerges only when the imagination is given the freedom it deserves."
What is this lack of comments? These panels look great. The line quality could be a little better here and there but it's not disturbing at all. Nice storytelling and compositions. I'd love to see more.
"Try again, fail again,fail better!"Samuel BeckettSketchbook
Gorgeous, gorgeous work! Really crisp too. I love the canyon shot with the stylized mist, and the silhouettes on the last page.
The only thing that detracts from it for me are the speech bubbles, which don't seem to gel as well as the could with the art, looking a bit clip-art-y - not sure what to suggest though, maybe squishing the shapes a bit, or even stroking with a slightly more visible line? Or maybe once the text is there it won't stand out.
Thanks for sharing these ^_^
Excellent. I love that you are only using black, white, and one grey. Gives it a very strong and iconic feel, which fits this perfectly.