You have a really interesting piece of art here, it has some creative and artistic looks, and i really came to enjoy this and all that it was worth, so as i do start this review i look forward to every detail and curve made here. cool a lion same sign as mybirth year so thats always a fun thing to see, the "LION" cameout very good nice detail and even better linework, I also like the style you had here, it was fancy yet nifty so nice effort here, I think one issue and probably the only issue well maybe two issues. and that being one some touch of color maybe just a little part or prop on the drawing it will for sure bring some interesting focus to your piece making it more enjoyble with a touch of color. The other issue maybe you can make a larger "CANVUS" maybe even then allow for more detail, of other things and will allow for more fin elements and more detail as mentioned, so make a larger canvus. And with all all that said i will not bore you any longer and will wrap this up, but on my ending notes here i do have to say and comment thats this was a decent piece here interesting and even entriging, so keep up the good work and always make things better with as much effort as possible.
~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
And here i willpost some ideas, maybe one maybe two maybe even a few more but whatever i do decide to suggest, they are only suggestions that could improve on this and even future works so use some use even one and imrprove on a decentpiece you already have here. so as mentioned in this review a larger canvus size would be one point of improving, and second some light touch of color on a certain area, like a tooth, or maybe the "EYES" something for the viewer to focus on.
Lions are scary
I thought this was going to be a drawing of one of the characters from "Pulp Fiction". Of course, it turned out to be something just as cool. This probably was a reference to PF in some way. I can just imagine the lion in his suit as Samuel L. Jackson but now I realize it is probably more of a "Chappelle's Show" reference. It makes you wonder if he's chomping on barbacued zebra when asking that question. I read too much "Pearls Before Swine".
The best part is how there is so much great detail put into the lion's face. While there is no color, there looks like there's a great shading effect with how he just stands (or I guess lions don't stand) there. While it's a talking lion, it's actually a very realistic reendition of a lion. It's like you got close enough to one at the zoo to draw this. Even the words he says have great art in them.
That reference to the Chappelle's Show is actually a reference to Sam Jackson's character in Pulp Fiction, so its a bit of both there.
Thanks much for the review.
very impressive! lion is a badass,
please tell me is this hand made or computer?
The lion was hand done. The text was cg'd
ahh!!!! uh good sir good
Looking through all my pieces and seeing you reviewing them all so positively, I just wanted to thank you for looking through my whole gallery the way you did.
this made my day
i love this picture
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