Newgrounds Background Image Theme

Our goal is for Newgrounds to be ad free for everyone! Become a Supporter today and help make this dream a reality!

Cigarette smoke yeaaah....


Eh...I dunno. I like that song >.> and I didn't really know what else to name it.
I know..the hand SUCKS. Apparently....this is my first time making an robot arm. Ugh. Oh well, I tried and failed pretty bad.
Never again -.-"

AVAT entry.

Log in / sign up to vote & review!

Newgrounds accounts are free and registered users see fewer ads!


The arm's my favourite part (as it should be), especially the shell like parts surrounding the cables, and the joints at the shoulder and the elbow. The eye, nose and lips are also at a high standard.

My problems tend to arise with the angle clash between arm and her body - she's positioned at a 3/4 view, whilst the joints in the arm would suggest we're looking at a side elevation of the arm. There's no twist in the shoulder or the upper arm to accomodate this change in angle. The other thing is the arm hides up her ribcage, which looks a bit distorted. The closest boob is hiding under the arm pit, and the base of the rear boob looks like it lines up with the lowest rib.

Ignore the length of the criticism, however, since it's a great starting entry.

Good starting entry...

it has a feel dark theme about this picture i like, some areas like the lips, skin, nose and top are all well done, i feel her eye is too white for the picture... also a tad small?... i also feel that he arm is "put ontop" of her rather then part of her as there is no logical join, i do like the elbow gear and wire/pipes... i have to agree with the hand not been to a great standard as well... looking forward to more work for yourself :3

iVomit responds:

Thanks for the critique! :]

Credits & Info

Waiting for 3 more votes

Jun 13, 2011
4:18 PM EDT
File Info
447 x 624 px
300.3 KB

You might also enjoy...

Licensing Terms

You are free to copy, distribute and transmit this work under the following conditions:

You must give credit to the artist.
You may not use this work for commercial purposes.
No Derivative Works:
You may not alter, transform, or build upon this work.