Evil Guy

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Evil Guy

Author Comments

Heres an evil guy. Tell me what you think.


Better than anything els I've seen from you so far

I really appreciate that you did a bit more to this piece to soften the colors, and actually shade things. I Like the evil guy a lot, and if it weren't for the confusing hands that he has I probably would have even scored this a bit higher. The shading on the face works kinda, but it seems a bit basic; maybe ad many layers to your shading to make it more subtle.

The building in the background... ughhh; such a shame to see you do so much work in a positive direction, only to get lazy again :[

Try spending just as much time on creating realistic textures/ buildings/ scenery, as you do on the actual character before posting... I think you may be slowly but surely getting better bit by bit MisterTig

Overall not bad :p


-Review Request Club-

Bitter than Timmy, but...

There are still a bunch if things that need improvement.

I'm going to start by saying that I concur with coop about the buildings. The main problem with them (especially the grey one) is that the outlines are kind of sloppy and even. The other problem is that they have 2 different styles, one that places relatively heavy outlines and a style where things almost blend since there aren't any outlines. Simply putting an outline around the buildings would fix this and the outlines that protrude from the edges.

The problem of 2 styles in the buildinggs applies th thewhole piece as well. Particularly with the evil man. While he is mostly well drawn (in the second style I mentioned earlier), his arms are in that first style I mentioned earlier. The arms just clash with the style the guy is drawn in and are kind of poorly drawn, which lowers the quality of this peice.

Lastly, the Rain isn't bad, but here are some issues and ways you can improve them:
- It's too dark, lighten the rain just a little and it should look better.
- As Coop said, the rain is too thick. it just needs to be a little bit thinner.
- Lastly, the rain is crooked, I would suggest making the drops straighter and making the front of each drop thicker than the back.

Overall, not bad and I think you can improve quite a bit if you listen to me and other reviewers like Coop to always better yourself!

<Review Request Club>


Well, this piece is a little better than "Timmy", but not by much. I think that there's three parts that need to be considered - the background, the head and the... body.

Background: Get the straight lines sorted on the building - perhaps even leave the occasional light on for some realism. Black lines protrude over the edge and make the piece look a little messy. The same as last time, you need to concentrate on drawing in the outlines, get all of that sorted and then filling the corresponding areas with the colour of your choice. The rain is also a little thick for my liking, to be honest.

The head is a nice creation - the expression is one of malevolence and it gives a real impression of evil, which is what you were aiming for. Perhaps give him some hair or a hat, to stop the big bald head dominating the piece.

The body is a little egg shaped and the arms are awful - clasped hands didn't work well here - I struggled to identify them as arms at the start, but on closer inspection, there they were. Consider filling in the sleeves and making the hands a different colour to the jacket sleeves - otherwise the viewer will have difficulty like I did in working the image out.

[Review Request Club]

isnt that garreth miles

anyway lololololololol love it

MisterTig responds:

I made this before I came up with his name.

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Oct 31, 2011 | 4:27 AM EDT
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