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4.10 / 5.00

Date
12/10/2010
Category
Illustration
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994 x 734 px
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743.1 kb
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furry
cartoon
anime
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my little rendition to Kung fu panda

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G1990G1990

Rated 5 / 5 stars Jan 14, 2012

NICE!!!

Oh! Dude this is so amazing!.
I love groups shotts so mcuh! And the coloring it's so nice. Good Job.



Neuro-ExistenceNeuro-Existence

Rated 4 / 5 stars Jul 3, 2011

Expressions, bodies and colors.

First of all, I'd like to congratulate the great work you achieved on the expressions of Po, Oogway, Mantis, Mr. Ping and Shifu. They totally match each of the characters' personalities and express a lot about them. It's really tough for me to draw expressive faces so I really like what you managed to do there.

Apart from that, Tai Lung's body looks weird. It's hard for me to tell which way his body's facing or which part is his arm or his shoulder; but maybe that's just me. About Viper, Crane and Monkey, I feel they are just filling spaces there if you compare their poses and expressions with the ones of the rest of the crew. Monkey just had the bad luck of getting little space on the picture (he looks cool enough), but the other 2 look just too plain.

About Tigress, her facial expression is well done, but it doesn't match her personality. On the first movie she was very strong and severe, considering that Po took the Dragon Warrior title from her. She showed true grit, and the 2nd movie confirms it. Apart from that, her proportions seem a bit off. Her head is too small (her head should almost reach the width of her shoulders), I like the size of the arms, though I would give her a thinner waist. Finally, I would add a bit more shading to her legs, to push her right leg further back. I would give her a pretty awkward position, twisting her body a lot. Kung-Fu stances are particularly uncomfortable (IMO) yet beautiful while still looking like they are ready to kick your *.

Overall I really like this piece, especially the colors. It's so colorful yet none of the colors screams over the other. Harmonious and warm. Beautiful.
Keep up the good work!


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wow...thank you sooooo much for the review mate


MennyC123MennyC123

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Jun 19, 2011

Very Good

This is a very good piece and my only two complaints are that Viper has a higher contrast in the movie then here. My other complaint being the same proplem with Tai Lung.



RathaloskidRathaloskid

Rated 5 / 5 stars Dec 10, 2010

skadoosh

Not bad my friend...this was done very well



dgbargdgbarg

Rated 5 / 5 stars Dec 10, 2010

classic

im lovin this