nice drawing,i just think you should made the space too,because this real space doesn't really fit in the drawing,maybe some better colors...and his eye is a little bit weird,it doesn't make he looks like a badass haha,anyway,nice job mate.
Yeah, I hoped for him to have no eyes, and just for that symbol to be somewhere on his head- but the way it came out it just looks like his eye :/
I like the space shot, I think it's the best part. I'm gonna have to make my own space shots later anyway, so whatev.
I don't know, I think you hit the nail right on the head. A lot of the artwork on spacecraft/ships/stations from the 70's through the early 90's resemble this style of art (which many artists are returning too). While not a lot of color, the simple design is its own complexity. It doesn't need to be amassed by 2m colors and overdosed in flairs, blurs, and novas. It easily shows its strengths in what it possesses. It tells a great story without having to be so showy.
Kudos on a job well done! I look forward to seeing more of your style.
Oh well good, that's nice to hear.
It's not bad. the coloring looks nice and simplistic, and the spacey background really compliments it well. some of the other folks are getting a bit carried away *cough* everyone below *cough*. but you got the front page so good job dudester!
You could really balance out everyone who's getting carried away by pointing out a couple things you didn't like.
YES!!!!!!!! SO MUCH WIN!
Thanks, I'm glad something I made has a lot of win.
This looks like something I would have imagined when I was five years old, because I was into everything. Space, dinosaurs, robots... You covered a lot of bases here. I love everything except for the background; I feel it could use a bit more detail or something, but the pieces in the front are supremo. Excellent work.
The backgorund is a real photo of the Horsehead Nebula; it's a countless array of stars across a section of sky that's billions of trillions the span of our sun- which is pretty amazing! That's a thing that exists in real life!
Not that I'm disagreeing with you, I just wanted to bring up that trivia somewhere.
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