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You may want to crop your images so all of that blank space isn't showing.
There is something about exploitation of the BBS and how you shouldn't have more empty space than the actual image. Or something.
They are pretty interesting though, want to see more :)
At 1/28/11 10:29 PM, Kollskegg wrote: A creeper sketch I did in flash today, I like it.
The creeper looks kinda cool and I like the sketchy style. It's my favourite of your pics and it's also the only one that is shaded.
As for the diver, the completely black background does not look good, I know it's supposed to be deep under water but it' not working. Also what is wrong with his face? And it could use more details, even if you went for a stylized drawing or something.
If you want to learn more dynamic poses (like for the girl drawing) I can recommend posemaniacs.
I agree with Kashi, it's looking interesting in here.
I like your creepy green fellow, I think you should improve upon him, possibly in a new photo or two. Backgrounds enhance a picture. I personally enjoy a smaller image (like yours), but that doesn't mean you can't add detail behind and around the centerpoint, maybe with some plantlife? I don't know, just my thoughts. I also enjoy the sketch-style that you drew him with, I'd say stick with that.
As for the diver, I'd change the background so it isn't completely dark, like the gent above me said. However I think it would look nice in that dark setting, maybe just with a slight mix of colors, deep blue fading into black maybe... possibly even some surreal color like purple, to go with the bright green of his suit.
Anyways there's my two cents, keep up the nifty drawing.
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Really promising stuff. My main point of critique on all of them is that they need some cleaning up. Some of the lines arent really smooth; perhaps try zooming in to fix those things as well as draw some of the smaller stuff (fingers etc).
As I said though, very promising nice style. I dont agree on kakashi about the black on the first pic, its part of the pic and necessary for the composition.