Dota 2 Invoker: Chrome
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Dota 2 Invoker: Chrome

Author Comments

I created a painting of Invoker from Dota 2 with 3 variants: Simple, Chrome and Full. Reason I'm uploading all 3 is because I liked them all and didn't want to have to pick between them hehe. I hope you like it!

Reviews


And yes, this picture obviously is better. I am becoming so used to hearing about Dota 2. While not that great, this is still a fine picture. I think its strongest point is how well the colors fit together. The balls of light show off the effects quite well too. I just really like the cloak this guy is wearing.

A face makes everything seem more detailed. Then again, Slender Man's fine too. It kind of reminds me of Warhammer 40K. His head looks fairly small in this. Can't wait for the next one!



I guess the darker something is, the more is left to the brain to fill in. GTA IV is a good example of that, and it makes everything look a little more interesting somehow. The hard, faded blues work great here. I get a good sense of lighting, and feel like the character is at his most powerful magic here.

However, after looking at the neck I kinda did notice that it seems sorta funky. Like that inner collar stretches it out, could be thisL http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M%C3%BCller-Lyer_illusion

Still, for colors I think I like this one best. For shape, definitely the colored version.



I think this is the best looking one, Jazza!



Do Jakiro next!

i spammed this 3 times XD.



awsome ^^


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Jazza
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Jun 11, 2013 | 3:51 AM EDT
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1778 x 1000 px
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