At 8/28/12 09:47 PM, Mabelma wrote:
At 8/28/12 08:52 PM, DemocracyFTW wrote:
Feeling a little less awful now.
At 8/28/12 08:39 PM, Mabelma wrote:
It's such an awful feeling to know something's wrong but have no idea of what it is.... DAMMIT!where's his neck D:
I think you're forgetting something very important on the fire pokemons, that the fire on their tails should be consider as a light source and that there should be certain emphasis to point that out. The charmeleon for example, has a weak shadow or weak highlights. In the charizard, it lacks a shadow over the charizard itself even though you added the shadow in front of its feet.
Now emphasis on how strong the lighting and shadow isn't necessary in certain cases.
For example your charmander, if you remove the shadow it might be a nice calm flat piece (adding a little more yellow on the face where the fire is hitting won't hurt either).
You did very nice on the lines of charmeleon and charmander (even though charmander lines was soft brush over pretty bad), I definitely mostly complimenting on how you control the thickness of the lines on those 2. Now for charizard, your line weight and thickness went bad over that, you could do better then that and I know that you know that I know it. Just do what you did with charmeleon.