its like underwater yin-yang. i know im stupid but it makes more sense if you dont think about it
I mean, its a shark, and sharks are awesome, thus, this piece is awesome.
Taking a moment here to look at it in a high resolution I must say that one of the most impressive things I notice is the clean line art. Since I'm try to achieve such clean line art myself, this impresses me.
Not only do you have clean lines, but they display weight so well. This one thing alone has got to be one of the best things of this piece.
The lighting on the shark is ok, it's subtle, but considering the ambient light that water tends to put off, it seems in place.
The tail is where things start to fall off the wagon. The jagged connection has a few places where it lacks color. In your defense though, it only is really noticeable to people who are looking for mistakes and in the high resolution. Another thing with the tail is, what is it? after reading your authors comments, I can see it but before that, I thought it was a piece of wood or something. Its not the shape the throws it off but the texture you have. The texture looks like wood grain in some areas, it really does.
Over all I think you have a good playful piece. I think you need to work on your fur textures a little though.
Om nom nom
I never liked that show Cat-Dog, so I highly appreciate this.
It's really good, especially considering that you did it in about 40 mins. (10 minutes before flood + 30 minutes late, right?)
I think the face you gave the shark is pretty funny, I mean he's eating part of his own body and is still smiling like a stupid chibi. ^^
its a bit surreal but in order to do surrealism it has to look real. but i do like it especially the water background how did you do that?
I like it
Looks slick! I really like what you did at the top part of the shark. Shading looks good, although there could have been slightly more contrast on the shark. The only that sticks out is the transition between cat and shark. Perhaps thin or no lines would do at that part?
Either way it looks good!
Happy friday flood!
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