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I love this game so much :(

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Love it

This is a great entry. Besides the fact that the game was pretty cool and this one brings back these memories, it is also very well drawn.

First off I like your colouring and shading. Not only the technique but also the colour choice.

Secondly it's impressive how clean and smooth everything looks. Especially considering that it is hand drawn with several different tools. I would have smudged everything all over the pic I guess. :P

Finally I like how you coped with all the different light sources. I may not be an expert, but it seems you've managed them all well.

Overall a great piece!

5/5 & 10/10

MasterMerol responds:

Thank you a lot for your review!
Yes, that game is amazing!
There are some flaws with the lights, specially the ones coming from the fire.

By the way, whenever i'm making a drawing I always put another piece of paper over it so i don't have to place my hand over the drawing and smudge everything!

THANKS AGAIN!!
(sorry for taking so long to respond).

Nice

~~REVIEW~~
And now we come to this version of the Friday flood, notbad sofar this may be my fave of them all, for the ver 8 anyways, the colors looked abit on the {DIM} side but that was ok i thought, lots of good shades and coloring, more like dragons here i thought, but still a good piece, i look forward to seeing more of these theme types from you all, anyways keep up the good work.

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
Since this is like a theme {FLOOD THE PORTAL} or {FRIDAY FLOOD} Why not have a description in the authers comments about that, kind of gives the viewers who dont know about it an idea and such.
~X~

MasterMerol responds:

THANKS!
Hmm, I don't know, they look like dinosaurs to me!

I saw your comment on the Friday Flood thread, but for the other persons who don't know what the friday flood is...

http://www.newgrounds.com/bbs/topic/1241473

Robot Dinosaurs!

I like that this is hand-drawn (unless you filtered it, but it looks hand-drawn to me), and the fact that it's at night/space is a new setting that makes the game's bright colors really 'pop'. The curls in the smoke make it form a pattern-like design around the boss, which is also awesome and full of fanciness. The different beam colors (I never played as 'DinoMight' before, I don't know if his beam actually was this color) ensure that the three primary colors are strong within the focal point.

Brilliant drawing!
I'm also a fan of Robot Dinosaurs That Shoot Beams When They Roar, and in my personal opinion, this picture is DINO-TASTIC!!! *smashes helicopter*

MasterMerol responds:

Glad you like it!
Yes, It's hand drawn!
I've played with Dinomite several times and i'm pretty sure his beam is blue.

THANKS A LOT!!

Awesome

Excellent pose, and a very dynamic and visually interesting drawing. One question, did you use colored pencils? If that is the case, absolutely amazing job on the coloring/shading. My only suggestion would be to make the metallic areas look more metallic.

MasterMerol responds:

THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!
I used colored pencils, watercolor pencils, black sharpie markers and white acrylic paint.
I know! I always have problems with metal :(

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MasterMerol
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Score
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Uploaded
May 6, 2011
6:07 PM EDT
Category
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