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4.23 / 5.00

Jul 19, 2014 | 11:33 AM EDT
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1430 x 1841 px
675.8 kb

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Author Comments

My homework for (FZD)school this week! decided to do a robot since its FUCKING ROBATDAYY!!!11!
Is it too late? D:

its bomber(graffiti) bot



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Lol. I missed robot day with out realizing it as well. Anyway, great work. I can imagine him having lots of bombs in his backpack and arms.
The look with the sun glasses and stylelin clothes make it even better.

Flowers10 responds:

haha thanks mate!
Bomber is actually slang for someone who does graffiti. should have probably mentioned that in the author comment. this is also the reason of the clothing style, and since bombers climb a lot i made its proportions money like^^


Rated 5 / 5 stars

beautiful rendering sir. I COMMEND THEE

Flowers10 responds:

You are too kind, good sir!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Your stuff just keeps getting better and better! great joob man, but I don't know how easy it would be to tag with those huge hands...doesn't mean I didn't love it dude

Flowers10 responds:

Haha thanks man!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

this is....INCREDIBLY realistic, and with excellent shading/lighting effects.
was this done in 3-D?
if not, its even more amazing.

the robot slightly reminds me of the madness characters, but this is not a bad thing. it adds to the epicness of the drawing....
and i noticed the tattoo-looking sig, on the bot, and the single oil drop from his hand, cool details!

wonderful. i fully support thee. (like previous guy said)
good work.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I really love the way you draw attention to the robot's head. I know you've been working with zbrush lately, and I initially thought it was a 3d rendered image. The way you focus in on it while leaving the surrounding areas blurred really gives the image a sense of depth. Excellent work.

My only crit I suppose would be to tighten up some of the edges just a little bit, for instance, the band that goes around its waist. The width of the band is inconsistent--making that symmetrical is just an example of a tiny little touch up that I think would go a long way.

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Flowers10 responds:

Thanks for your kind works! I've actually just began working on hard and soft edges, I have always been oblivious to them. Hard to make a balance:P