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4.69 / 5.00

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1089 x 720 px
496.8 kb
  • Frontpaged June 20, 2013

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Author Comments

Boxing study for a cghub challenge. Pretty happy with how it turned out, and definitely learned a lot. CS6.



Rated 5 / 5 stars Jun 20, 2013

Wow that is amazing! Is that supposed to be Paulie Malignaggi?


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Jun 19, 2013

I'm adding you to my favorites. You have such great technical skill and artistic instincts, I'm envious of your talent. Your accuracy in the image portrayal here is fantastic, and the selection of the image and the way you pulled it off the way you have is just beyond impressive. I can't wait to see more from you.

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Disson4nce responds:

Thanks so much for the kind words, the favorite, and featuring this on your channel. I really appreciate it!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Jun 25, 2013

I expect that man to have a broken jaw taking a punch like that to the face.
The amount of sweat and spit flowing from the pounded guy, to the sweat coming from his striker's arm, is a good part of the picture, as without it, it wouldn't be as good. Going in to detail and adding little effects is always important, and the better that is done, the more impressive as a whole the entire piece of art is.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Jun 20, 2013

The pain of the impact really registers to me, as do the reactions of the combatants from this action, and their poses really gives a sense of their bout. You've done a good job on the shading. This work needs just a few minor tweaks to make it better- all I can say otherwise is keep on improving on your skills.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Jun 4, 2013

Upper arm doesn't have enough meat to it compared to the shoulders and forearm. Otherwise, gorgeous picture, excellent capture of musculature and the dynamics of the impact.

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Disson4nce responds:

You were totally right. I just fixed it (and a couple of other things that were bugging me) and updated it on here. Thanks a lot for pointing that out.