What’s inside this box? A lot of puzzles! Can you solve all 30?3.98 / 5.00 4,613 Views
Use the mouse to navigate menus and to queue and cancel robot actions.3.70 / 5.00 1,657 Views
Made for the Adventure Jam 2016!3.65 / 5.00 2,012 Views
At first, i thought of the writing to be a bit.....um.....un-readable....
Not sure how to put it other than...blurry?
Other than that, the drawing itself is simply wonderful.
It might seem minor, but my favorite parts have to be the
small details on the line-bars in the background....
To me, i give this a solid 9/10, 4/5.
I agree that it's a bit hard to read, the font color is close to the color of the background...maybe yellow or orange tint will make it pop out more. Other than that, looks pretty cool.
At 8/20/11 11:19 PM, Igmon wrote: I agree that it's a bit hard to read, the font color is close to the color of the background...maybe yellow or orange tint will make it pop out more. Other than that, looks pretty cool.
Fix it with a bold stroke that masks out the lines in the background.
I hate to double post, but would you let me borrow the PDF or whatever format the source is?
I'll show you what I mean. Not trying to be a critic, just giving a few visual suggestions that you don't have to follow. I just want to show you a few ways the writing could stand out more without being an eyesore.
At 8/28/11 01:28 AM, Fearzki wrote: another work of mine
very sloppy, when something with as much detail as a gun is presented, it should typically look more refined and smooth. It looks rather wobbly and bulky. i won't accuse you of tracing, but on a side note, it really looks like it potentially could have been traced. using the paint bucket for color was also a not so good choice :3
As far as the last two go, their just simple doodles shooped onto a background, so not much can be said for those. As for the guns, I can't really say much about the actual look of them, as I don't know much about them. But when you're drawing something as mechanical as that, the lines should be smaller, and much, much more precise. You can't have lines that are all bent and skewed wrong when compared to others with something so man made.