As the guy below me said...the design is not appealing at all and btw it doesn't convet the idea of a tank, if you ask me it is too round if anything. You're building your robot using very basic shapes; i woudln't say you should go for a more complex design, but for a design that uses interesting shapes. And while i'm on topic, there are some problems with that also: the "face" of the robot is flat so you should be able to see that bit that comes after his right eye; the feet have different shape, the left having a little bit more of a tip; and his belly button is misplaced. Don't get discouraged and keep it up, mate...hope this helps.
So angles to edges, but I think I'd like to avoid anything too pointy or having the primary shapes be triangles, while maintaining variety. I rushed with the head and other details, but I'll try to keep a more consistent design in the future. Thank you for your comment I'll take it into consideration!
The design is...well..um... not really original/something new and/or interesting... but it's okay... but the shading is too soft on some parts... keeping in mind that the robot has some pretty sharp looking parts- like on his legs and chest, there should've been sharper highlights, and try to add some reflective ligth on the edges as well.... and the final verdict (or something like that) ... I think that you understand the principle of light and shadow, but you should work on shading of different materials, and shapes a LOT ... and try to add some kind of texture to your artworks, because they look pretty flat ... but hey man, it's not bad, keep practicing and you'll see some progression ... so keep the nice work, and keep practicing ;)
Yeah I can definitely see myself adding more detail/changes given better references, I have no clue how to shade or light properly I was eager and jumped into it without learning about shapes and proper tones, I don't completely know what you mean about texture, but I'll definitely study shading different materials/shapes and work on my design, I really appreciate your feedback!
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