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Score
4.00 / 5.00

Date
02/10/2012
Category
Illustration
File Info
1200 x 1450 px
JPG
787.8 kb
Tags
robot
axe
armor
sketchy

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Author Comments

Guarding the gates to the ruins of the forgotten village of robotic crabs.
/First "digital art" in a while. dinosaurs, bagels and criticism are welcome!

Reviews


PapaSmoothPapaSmooth

Rated 4 / 5 stars

looks like something from Dr suess



Wh1t3Sn0wWh1t3Sn0w

Rated 4 / 5 stars

This is beautiful, I love this style!
But the prespective is slightly off...
Please make more!


ButzboPrud responds:

I ended up changing a bit the view of the gate for it to work a bit better (as much as 'not having to draw everything again' allowed, LOL).
I'll definitively make more!


VicariousEVicariousE

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

The robotic crabs must've been pretty small! This piece is much more fleshed out than almost all of your other works. It's got conventional, solid subject matter. The shading with colors and fine lines (in the bottom left areas, especially) are the best I've seen yet - digital suits you... whatever program your using, it's still your style, 100%.
The overhanging top half of the roof looks a little confusing though. I'll buy ya all the bagels you can eat if you attend the NG NYC meet in May!


ButzboPrud responds:

Hheh, regular Photoshop seven.
Funny how i wasn't too sure the small windows were good evidence of the size of the crabs.
Huh, wish i could attend a NG meet , too bad there's not that much of a NG community at Chile.
Thanks once again for the review!