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Jun 29, 2011 | 8:09 PM EDT
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One more idea of mine. had this one for a while, but couldn't get it quite right until now. as you know if you've looked at my robots, Fracture is a sci-fi world of mine, and this guy is part of it.

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Metallica1136Metallica1136

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Pretty cool! I like the drawing and all, but there should also be a background. Not just plain white. But hey, this is better than I could do :P



Sanchez150894Sanchez150894

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Nice and simple design!

the armor's nice and simple design definitely gets a plus point :3
but here comes the critique ^^''
the knee protector of his/her left leg (his/her perspective) looks weird (a bit too high and too small) and his/her left foot also seems to be a tad too thin at its tip. The hands should be drawn with more detail rather than with simple sticks, but that's quite difficult to master at the beginning :3
weapon designs are alright, typically for artists who don't often draw detailed weaponry (mostly rectangular shapes and lack of detail) but that's not so important ^^


shadowthe1337 responds:

yeah, I agree with all you've said. I do usually try to draw the entire finger and any details, but just couldn't get it right in the pencil sketch, so just decided to go with that. I'll try to work on that in later pieces. and yeah, the protector is a bit small. I'm suprised that I didn't catch that! And I like to keep armor simple, as my drawings are posted life-sized, too much detail and it gets hard to figure out what's what.