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4.13 / 5.00

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Jul 3, 2017 | 12:36 PM EDT
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dark
cyborg
gloomy
action-pose

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Author Comments

This one was just for fun! A lot of time went into it... but it was worth it, "I really like the way that turned out..."(reference to Jazza)
Let me know what you think if you have time! I would love to get some constructive criticism.

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FroFro

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Starting on the bottom left.. his foot seems to be very oddly sized compared to the length of his legs and size of his body. This guy kind of looks like trouble, but mostly looks like the kid in highschool who really thinks he's cool, but really isn't and people don't like him that much. In return he tries to make up for it by being extra douchy. Hm... maybe he is trouble then.

The neck and head seem to be really awkward, but I can't put my finger on it. The hoverboard also seems to be positioned weird in comparison to the rest of his body. His hand that is up in the air has a (bare with me for lack of a better term) metal guard come over the top, but the hand lower to the ground has the guard on the bottom. A small inconsistency that bothered me a little.

The background is nice.. it's a little bland, but gives it a really cool night time feel. (Even though it's a little bright to give a really good nighttime feel) For example, there seems to be quite a few clouds in the sky, but the moon, if that's what it's called in this universe, seems to be a little over bearing.

What I like most about this piece is the nunchucks. The angle and rounded curves you used really makes this thing look like it's being swung.