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Score
4.63 / 5.00

Date
09/21/2010
Category
Illustration
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1476 x 1012 px
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855.6 kb
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madness
day
krinkels
madnessday2010
  • Frontpaged September 22, 2010

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Author Comments

Second submission for Madness Day 2010.
This time I did my own interpretation of Tricky.
I hope you will like it people c: .
Enjoy.

Madness Combat © Krinkels
Art © Me

Reviews


LoCo-joker-05LoCo-joker-05

Rated 5 / 5 stars Sep 25, 2010

i agree with dommi-fresh

his pose is kinda different then..u know crazy/insane/psychotic.
still, the mask and hair, omfg, thats awzum, only that lvls this illustration to a 10/5 :D



dommi-freshdommi-fresh

Rated 4 / 5 stars Sep 24, 2010

nice!

the only thing that bothers me is his pose. it just seems out of place! the re design of the character is amazing though. good work.


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deathslayerdeathslayer

Rated 5 / 5 stars Sep 23, 2010

HmhmhmhmmMm!!

Well I give it a 10/10.

HAPPY MADNESS DEH!!



xKonstantxxKonstantx

Rated 5 / 5 stars Sep 23, 2010

Amazing!

Really nice job Seenya! I am really loving your artwork keep it up!



JappercaunJappercaun

Rated 5 / 5 stars Sep 23, 2010

Excellent Modelling and color usage

Hardcore work, very cool. I really like your color layout, your muted green in the background sets of the deep red of Tricky's hair. The busted stop sign is an awesome weapon choice and its rendered convincingly. Your chosen pose is this piece is dynamic and natural, but I do have a suggestion. I know that his right foot has his weight on his toes to imply more movement, but it does make the leg look feminine. I dont mean that to be offensive, just my observation. I really do like your style, its dark and gritty and has quiet awesomeness.