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A comic I did for a RoosterTeeth Group I started, where the group tests out maps that were created on Sandbox and others. This one in particular was a tube where humans are at the end and man cannons at the other where the zombie drops objects in to hit the humans at fast speeds. This is based on true happeningz

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Looks like a photoshop of in game screenshots, you just shifted arm positions and applied filters.
But it looks like you shaded the spartans for yourself to some degree, so I'll give you a few pointers on that. The burn and dodge tool are not the only weapons when coloring. So after you lay down your flats, I would recommend taking a hard round brush and using the HSB slider to slightly change the color (Darker or lighter, depends how you want to flow) and gradually blend.
Optional: Your lines do not have to be black when you set up your stuff, If you want to roll with the whole blending thing you can have them the same color as the armor but a bit darker.



lol

-New Zombie-



lol funny

that was a good pic u made, i really like the comic-book imaging u put for the spartans.


Halochief89 responds:

Thank you for the review, I'll be making more in the future.


ehh...

The art itself is good, but I can't read what the 2 Spartans are saying to eanch other. Try enlarging the text.


Halochief89 responds:

click on the image to make it larger


ha, oh well

i love how u got the joke in there


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