CoolJaw Comic Preview


A panel from my upcoming comic book series!

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it's odd

it looks a lot like this kid from a while back.
P.S. I think that kid became a serial killer......

it's ok

I wish you'd pay more attention to detail, and wouldn't just scribble and call it an "artistic style," but hey, fans are always weird.

The diagonal lines gave it a sense of energy, but the fact that you didn't erase the base head shape made it come off as just weird.

Celx-Requin responds:


I tried to make it so the artwork in "Cooljaw" fit in the context of the story,
If you take a look at shark, the art is similar but the lines are cleaner.

I digress, I can understand your criticism, in the not too distant future I'll be releasing some of my other artwork, I hope you come back and take a look at that stuff as I feel it may be more to your liking.

Thanks again for the review!
- Celx


ok now this was neat, i really like the "WHITE" over the "BLACK" backing it gives it a unique viewing of the art, and this is also kinda neat because of the touch of blood coming from your characters mouth, makes you wonder what else is in this lil story or behind it anyways, i think this could be better like make some blood drops and or stains in the distance, like if the guy just came from that type of chaos and or madness, and i think it wouldnt hurt to add some color in the eyes it wont take focus away from anything but probably give more detail to this character

add some color into the eyes aswell as some backround history of the maddness he just came from


Celx-Requin responds:

I read it too tired to respond to it coherently.

- Celx

Sketchy, but effective

Your sketchy style of drawing certainly brings this piece onwards. I can see that there's a lot of malice portrayed here within your three colour image, the blood dripping and everything seeiming to be ready to witness a frame of violence or aftermath.

I think that I could still say that there isn't enough in the background. If it's a frame from a comic, you could use something that makes it more able to stand alone as a single frame, so some action, or speech, for example.

Personally, I'd also do something about the massive expanse of empty space in the face - the cheeks and nose don't really do much, whereas the mouth and eyes / fringe are incredibly busy.

[Review Request Club]

Celx-Requin responds:

Man I haven't seen the word malice used in a long time, you made very good use of the word...

Anyway the finished piece does have a background, hopefully I will be releasing that soon. I'm just deciding how I'm going to be releasing it right now, whether as separated "chapters", or as one giant "book".

Anyway thanks for the review,
always helpful!
- Celx

Good job!

The instant I saw this picture I was immediately impressed by the way you made the guy in it look so bloodthirsty and evil. Great job, I couldn't find anything wrong in it.

Colour scheme was perfect, as dopedgod said. The colour of the blood looked great, and no colour sort of stood out and looked annoying in this picture :). The texture and shading, well, there wasn't really any :P. Still, I liked that you sketched this. I suppose it would look better more realistic, but it still looks great like this. Scribbles FTW :D.

You drew the person really well, the way he was tilted to the left instead of straight, and I really liked the way you drew the teeth as well. Gah, I'm trying to look for some defect but I can't find any X(.

This could use a background, but it isn't really too necessary. Just something extra that could add to this already-awesome submission ^^.

There isn't really much to add to this submission other than a background. Good job, it looks really cool!

-Review Request Club-

Celx-Requin responds:

Yeah the finished product will be more polished,
so I hope you'll get a chance to check it out.

- Celx

Credits & Info

2.48 / 5.00

Jan 3, 2010
7:04 AM EST
File Info
650 x 500 px
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