Pret-ty fuck-ing cool.
Right, something's bugging me though.
I went and watched the speed paint (awesome job by the way), but I can't see where it happens;
Basically, to cut this rant short, it's the guy(?) on the right's hair... Or beard rather. The light shading at the bottom kinda blends in with the clouds in the background and it makes his neck look very slim. Of course on closer inspection you realize the highlighting is the beard but not without (at least in my case) looking real close at the screen.
The other bit (and I'm only scrutinizing this because it's so awsome, I only ever really go into detail on works that are highly detailed and totally awesome, like this piece) is the guy on the left's head and the direction of his gaze. His/her footing also. Actually the footing is probably the thing I wanna talk about most.
In relation to the Wolfman (dude on right. Sorry, shortening names down), the rabbit man (again, sorry) appears to be walking BEHIND Wolfman, and looking at him. But something seems slightly off. Like, she's a few steps too far backwards, for her head to be looking at him from that angle. Or is it her head turned too far to the left?
As she's a few steps backwards, I think her face would be slightly more facing forward (unless of course, she's doing that on purpose, like when you turn you're head slightly in a "What did you just say?" kind of way, you get me? Though her facial expression doesn't really give off that impression). But that's like, from an anatomical point of view, not a suggestion at how she should be behaving.
Erm, I kinda lost myself really.
I love this piece, it's great. But like with everything really, really, REALLY good, the few imperfections really seem to steal your gaze... I suppose it might be down to me being a complete douchebag, but I guess we'll never know!
IF RABBIT MAN WAS MORE SIDE ON WITH WOLFMAN HER HEAD WOULDN'T LOOK SO WEIRD.
There we go, paraphrasing I think that's called. Could be wrong.
Also, sorry for the continual gender change I seemed to have inflicted on rabbit man, I'm sure that didn't aid the reading of this review. OH WELL LOL, NOT MY PROBLEM.
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