It reminds me of the style with which they draw those clips for the "gorrilaz".
The pose is kinda stiff, and the head is too small in comparison to the body.
Let's say Zomboy has, somewhat, the proportions of Zombyman.
The logo looks cool and the lightning effects look good aswell.
As for the composition, i'd bring him a bit up as there seems like an empty part that's too big between the zombyboy and the logo. Either that, or make him larger.
Great response, thanks. I don't wanna feel satisyed with anything until it turns out epic.
Nice. I looked up Zomboy real quick to have something to compare to, and this looks like a much more realistic version of it. The body looks realistic, all with the right proportions and shapes apart from those square fingers and obviously the face, though strangely the fingers stick out more as unreal. I like the expression, that doesn't seem directly evil but rather... touch. Nice work on the teeth and eyes.
The electrical effect is probably the part that really gives the drawing live though, that looks awesome, both simple and effectual, and the lighting/shading/etc looks great. As for the background, that part clashes a bit with the character, the shapes maybe a bit too sharp, or large, simplified. I think the text would look better with some darker colors, or border effects that related to the character. Nice choice of font otherwise. Overall it looks good!
The font I used is the font Zomboy has choosen for two of his albums, and it's called Feast Of Flesh BB, so i just thought i would use the original 'Zomboy-font' (the font is used in Angry Birds as well). I'm glad you liked it, I worked for it for quite some time.
I wanted to keep the style of the character, so I included details, such as the stiches above his nose, and the ear-thing, on his right ear (barely vissible in the dark setting). The fingers are very square-like, so i figured I would not make them rounded, but just make em a little more realistic, whith nails and such.
I also feel like it was the electrical effect that made the drawing seem more alive, so I'm glad you liked that part.
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