A game about people and their reflections4.27 / 5.00 9,910 Views
Pure minimalist puzzle game about solving spatial issues3.94 / 5.00 8,419 Views
Short visual novel about a mysterious girl hiding a dark secret3.85 / 5.00 17,557 Views
I'm not the best artist in the world. I've received no professional training, not that all good artists have. I have a bad trait being that I have a relatively short attention span, meaning I often leave pieces unfinished or rush them through.
But I will try my best to improve.
The following artworks are the myriad of characters and concepts I have for a personal project of mine, The Macabre. Not all will be implemented in the final result, nor are all the designs here final. Also note that I do not own a tablet yet, so the quality of these drawings degrade even more as they are done through mouse. Also, I use openCanvas.
Feel free to criticise, I do not mind, no matter how harsh your words may be, and I will try keep this thread up to date as often as I can.
"But it is people's... faces. It's the faces that will trigger a true understanding of the people I... observe." -- Charles
At 1/14/09 09:11 PM, neeko wrote: So, we can post our own Macabre here too I assume.
I should've specified and I apologize. I meant for this thread to be a gallery of my own works for my personal project, The Macabre. Sorry if you took it the wrong way.
At 1/15/09 02:37 AM, IIruhtrA wrote: "The Keepers of the Crypt, royal guardians of the ancient burial grounds and marshal of the armies of the Helm are now the top lieutenants of the Affliction. Reanimated greater in power..." -- The Prologue
For something that is supposed to be dark and scary. This guy looks really really happy.
I think its his mouth guard thing, he making a :D type of face, and all I can do is smile and giggle.
Work on your shading. The evil knight looks too flat, you need to give him depth. Especially his eye/flame things, they could look cool if you made it look like they were coming out of his helmet, not part of it.
Like I said, too flat, try to 3-dimensionalise.
i agree with Harrah. Also on the first pic, try not to make the strokes so big, they are like as big as my thumb in some parts.
If at first you don't succeed, redefine success.
At 1/18/09 04:48 AM, IIruhtrA wrote:At 1/17/09 09:29 PM, UMREE wrote:this rocks, love the bubble-sky in this one.Thanks, but I need to know if there's anything that could be improved. Unlike most people I welcome criticism!
maybe make the figure on the mountain more anatomical? but overall its a pretty good piece.
At 1/17/09 09:15 PM, IIruhtrA wrote: "And my soul from out that shadow that lies floating on the floor; Shall be lifted - nevermore!" -- Edgar Allan Poe, The Raven
This one is your best I think. Your drawing abillities are a little off, but you have a great sence for colours - and sometimes thats half the battle won.