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Gish 2 Character art (ghost)

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Gish 2 Character art (ghost)

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Gish 2 as a ghost looks nice. There could be more attention to detail and color. There should be something more added to the background.

Cool Creature

This was interesting, a blue little creature, kinda looks all bandaged up and such, a few things i noticed here was that you had a blue backround same colortone as the creature himself, maybe a more darker backround would have allowed more focus to the creature, and some other effects to give the creature some mystery would also be nice touch ups.but other then that this was actually notbad. keep up the good work.

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
a more darker backround would have allowed more focus to the creature, and some other effects to give the creature some mystery would also be nice touch ups.

Nice lines.

Looks nice with the white outline. Always thought it makes a drawing stand out more. Although at first it looks like a rad turtle looking over his right shoulder.

Awesome

Im Drawing so many things, With illustrator for the Base and the Rest in photoshop! im on a graphic school for 2 years! and making alot of characters!!:D but this is wonderfull!! Respect!!

Ok.

Doesn't really look like a ghost.

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Bluebaby
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Score
4.68 / 5.00

Uploaded
Jun 17, 2009
4:35 PM EDT
Category
Illustration
File Info
641 x 377 px
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110.8 KB

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