At 5/30/10 07:16 PM, big-jonny-13 wrote:
I clicked the link, and I lol'd at the title =D
Thanks for loling. :D
At 5/30/10 06:54 PM, Ashman wrote:
thats from the art, not the madness lol nice job, think i saw the wip on facebook
XD I like to know that it's something I'm doing, rather than the subject, that's making your head pop.
At 5/31/10 07:41 AM, J-qb wrote:
I generally have a hardboiled resistance to anything madness-related but your are is an exception to that rule
x] I also enjoy knowing that I can break peoples resistances to something they dislike, with how I present it.
At 5/31/10 08:43 AM, Ne7ers wrote:
Your progress is brilliant, keep it up.
Thanks Ne7ers, glad you notice some progress out of me. :)
At 5/31/10 05:48 PM, Lintire wrote:
Hmm... it's a right shame about your latest Madness piece - I sort of degrades the further you get from the forground. Starts off nice, yeah, Tricky going all samurai with his sign. Then gets all eww... like, nice case of the fuzzies.
Ends off with a gradient that looks half arsed. All over, looks like you were in a rush to finish it.
Still nice, though.
Hey thanks for being honest, I love honest feedback even if it's something I disagree with. I know the foreground looks great compared to the background. Yes, I was being lazy with the background, buuut... I wanted the focus to be on the foreground, so I didn't think it was too necessary for a beautiful background to be included. I know it's an excuse, but that's why I did what I did. Sorry to disappoint.. Maybe my newest one won't be so terrible, no gradients used:
"Now, I've chased this dream to do what I love - and I wouldn't trade it for a . I threw away what naysayers say, and started on a race that I had to win for myself."