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Author Comments

This is old and not good. Pyro's can't even wear that shitey hat.

I was inspired by PhunnyNeon though because he's pretty neat


Awesome work!


when I saw the thumbnail I thought it was a photo from SFM or Garry's or somewhere,
incredible detail :)

i guess I don't understand why other artists tend to call drawings that are OBVIOUSLY QUITE GOOD TO OTHERS....why call them bad? i could understand if he had a head shaped like a potato and your foreshortening was absolutely way off, but it's not.
you took the effort to color this, the colors look great. the cowboy hat is perfect and hilarious, even his stance and the angle is pretty compelling. you pretty much OWN this character.

...i always have had trouble with placement of the face on these kinds of long narrows, i see you solved it here by providing a birds-eye view of a head-on gesture. awesome stuff.

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Jemmuh responds:

It's not so much that I'm criticizing my talent, more that I'm making the comparison of effort I did then to now. I guess I should really rephrase that in the comments - It's not bad but I definitely notice how my techniques evolve and how much more effort I do these days (even though this Pyro artwork is barely a year old). I like what I did. I like how I did it. I'm more or less just raising my own standards. Self-motivated improvement, yada yada.

But thank you!

Pyro:he will burn you,and look damn good while doin it

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4.74 / 5.00

Mar 19, 2013 | 8:30 PM EDT
File Info
677 x 1008 px
177.8 kb

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