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3.00 / 5.00

Oct 18, 2010 | 5:52 PM EDT
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785 x 1134 px
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Author Comments

I made this for my college project.

Had to design a poster on my chosen era, I chose the 11th century BC.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice picture

This is a pretty good picture, I like your style. It looks very comical, which also fits good to the facial expression your character has.

The background is nice as well, I also like how you "blurred" it a bit so that the focus lies on the character.

However, I think the character should have some facial hairs. It now looks too much like a "baby face" and not like the face of a strong warrior. It doesn't even have to be a full beard, just some stubbles would be enough I think.

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Blounty responds:

Cheers for the review, Too bad i've got worse at drawing.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Well this was obviously done well. The shading in this piece is just amazing. It really adds just loads of effect and depth to the picture when you shade a characters face and all around the helmet like you did. Just awesome.

The man himself was drawn very well, and his facial expression is funny. The background just looks great and I can see you've done shading back there as well.

The sign isn't anything extraordinary, but once again, you shaded it and it looks great.

Dude you are seriously just the shading master. No joke. The long lost greek god of shading - Blounty. I can't even really give you any advice for this piece. It looks fantastic. I suppose maybe you could have added a bit of roughness to the guy, maybe some facial hair of body texture, but I suppose I'm reaching a bit here because the picture looks good without it.

Regardless, keep up the good work.

Blounty responds:

I spent more time shading than drawing so thanks for noticing.