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5,434
Score
4.36 / 5.00

Date
08/27/2009
Category
Fine Art
File Info
2240 x 1400 px
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1.3 mb
Tags
chicken
cock
bird
custom

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Author Comments

A chicken drawing I did, from reference. Done exclusively with my very own costum brush set.

Reviews


KamikazePandaKamikazePanda

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Aug 29, 2009

good art

Its good proportions, and the color scheme seems awsome. Could be more 3dimensional as said before. & thanks for the recruit!


J-qb responds:

Thanks, and youre welcome


crazymoh11crazymoh11

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars Aug 27, 2009

I LIKE ZE COULUR!!

NICE!!


J-qb responds:

I sense an increpancy between your comment and the score....
Anyways thanks for the comment!


ArtificialFlavaArtificialFlava

Rated 3 / 5 stars Aug 27, 2009

Brush work is good...

...the image still looks a bit flat...and not 3 dimensional.

you might be able to add a couple of extra shading layers in photoshop on top of this to help bring the image out into space a bit...

hope that was helpful

Ryan A. Garcia
-Cartoonist


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J-qb responds:

Thanks for the review!
It being flat is one of the biggest recurring problems I encounter in my recent drawings. I think it has to do with being really focused on the drawing, which makes you see a lot more difference then there actually is, or than someone else will see. I sometimes made a duplicate layer on "overlay" blending mode, but I try to keep away from doing that.
Thanks for the advice!