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SUBWOOFY [L]

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A robot character of mine that is basically a speaker. His name is L, and he’s the left Subwoofy.

MS Paint 7 with Mouse.

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I love the use of color here. Nice patterns and details and textures. I love the way it captures your attention with vibrant bright colors. So this was a nice charterer you have here, I like the armor and the background the most but I would suggest some deeper use of effects of glows and lighting. I would even add a border to this one for sure. The main issue tho here, is that your lines are very very pixelate and they need to be smoothed out, unless you want this effect, but it tends to make your artwork seem sloppy. Good work tho and good eye for color.

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
Just fix your issue with pixelated lines and more effects inside this.

~X~

megawolf77 responds:

The pixelated style is intentional since this was drawn on MS Paint with just a mouse. I'd love to add the anti-alias effect, but I let the pixels stay for aesthetic purpose of MS Paint work.

I still appreciate your comment!

You got a real knack for making art with just MS Paint and a mouse. Its impressive how much effort goes when you just use what you have. Is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome something you have to worry about?

megawolf77 responds:

Thank you very much for the comment! I really appreciate it.

It's not really that difficult when using MS Paint with a mouse. The curve tool is what I always use when making the line-art over the rough sketch, and with enough practice you can basically make any shapes with it. As for the background it's clear MS Paint doesn't have any layers, so they were done on a separate MS Paint, and then just copy-pasted my main art over it.

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