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Score
4.69 / 5.00

Date
06/04/2013
Category
Illustration
File Info
1089 x 720 px
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496.8 kb
Tags
boxing
punch
falcon-punch
cghub
  • 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.

Reviews


JosephStarrJosephStarr

Rated 5 / 5 stars Dec 13, 2013

So excellent! I love how the sweat and facial expressions emulate the forces being exchanged! You did an awesome job on this, I think it really expresses alot of why some people love boxing. Just in this one piece, this one freeze frame you can imagine alot of what these contenders would of went through to get there, and how far they are willing to go to pull through. Once again, really awesome work! ^-^



AlfredStacey13AlfredStacey13

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars Jul 4, 2013

I love the fluidity of this very natural mad kudos!!!


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UshiodamaUshiodama

Rated 5 / 5 stars Jun 26, 2013

The guy on the left looks like Rocky Marciano. lol



Janus006Janus006

Rated 5 / 5 stars Jun 26, 2013

Great piece, love the details. Musculature is sharp, proportions are great, perspective is one. The boxer on the right has that tense tight look of a man ready to strike before he eats that preemptive counter. Once again great piece!



VinnitoElitoVinnitoElito

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.