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ok so i've got this concept to do,
a cute skunk munching on a cute severed bunny head.
i've done a bunch of sketches but something keeps coming up in my mind that it's really just missing something..
anyways here's what i've got so far. I'm fairly happy with the skunk, except that his tail could be bushy'er, bunny heads are where i'm stuck.
i don't want to send it out till i got it right...
thanks for any advice...
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I like the guilty look on the skunk's face. Will the bunny skull be laying at his feet or will he be clutching it in his paws? Maybe you can change the angle of the bunny head so that it is laying on it's side with an exposed neck that has a chunk bitten out of it. add some blood to the skunks mouth as if he has just taken a bite
Look forward to seeing an update.
my friend helped me not so long ago - i had the same mistakes as you..so i just send you his words:
Negative Space helps the viewer understand what the character is doing, think silhouette. T intersections help define the character and help it from looking flat. add them where they are needed to help read what goes in front of something else
Hmm, yeah the skunk is nice.. True what Oritey's saying, though.. but I think he's got a whole different expression going than you. Are you going for guilty or evil on the Skunk? As far as the bunny head goes, the ones with the popped out eyeball kind of confuse the eyes.. too much linework is obscuring the big picture.. If you want it to look really dead, make it stare straight out into the air, but it depends what kind of "dead" you're going for.