Some Weird Guy

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Some Weird Guy

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Its no masterpiece, just some weird guy. Who happens to have his eye coming out of his socket. ._.



It's funny how this guy kinda reminds me of a character from the Fairly Oddparents xD; anyway, this guy's head is way too big in this picture. In-fact the character up front is blocking just about everything that seems to be going on behind. The colors in this are pretty odd, and I can't really understand why anyones hair would look like that.

Things to take a second looks at:
- That eyeball popping out could really use some detail work; what are those light things? is he a robot?
- Why is this stuff going on in the background? is is important?
- Who is causing all of this stuff to go on?

Honestly I feel like I could go on and on, but I wont;
What I will do though is say that you should really make sure that you have one primary focus for your art pieces rather than trying to fit a bunch of things within on picture.

Overall not bad, not great
~Dj Sonik

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MisterTig responds:

Thanks for reviewing. The stuff going on in the backgrounds in'st really important. In future art submissions I won't cram a bunch of irrelevant stuff in the backgrounds. And his hair is meant to be weird.

And maybe he IS a robot.

Size matters

I think that having one eye a lot bigger than the other, when they dominate the picture like this matters a lot. Yes, cite Picasso at me all you like but in this piece, you're clearly not doing an abstract.

There are flames in the background and a guy who looks like he has a sword shoved through his left eye socket. A little gratuitous, but I'm trying to see the meaning in it, though there is a certain degree of failure here.

Backgrounds with a lot of empty white spaces are a pet peeve of mine - even a wall that is painted white is not the same as a filled white screen on a computer. I'd suggest doing something with the shading there - paint a few shadows on there, or even some soot, since the flames are that close.

The head of the guy himself (I'll assume it's male, if it's not, I'll apologise to your model) seems to be a little disproportionate, with the hair stuck to one side of the head. It kind of reminds me of some of the hairstyles employed by Mandy Morbid - long and colourful on one side, shaved completely on the other. Still, the look of the piece says to me that you need to work a little on the detail and then see where it stands from there. If you get a picture worth a thousand words out of it, I think you'll be doing well, because I can't see it at the moment.

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MisterTig responds:

Thanks for reviewing. I thankyou for your tips and stuff. The white background isn't sipposed to be white, i guess I covered up the blue too much.


Well this one is rather strange as his one eye is popping out so I guess he is a zombie in a way too right? The drawing seems like it was put together real quick as well sadly.

The guy looks weird to have an eye out and then something electrical behind it so maybe he is a robot of some kind at least? The flaming guy behind him should possibly be worried as he is not stopping to drop and roll which would probably help him more. Then the other guy is having something thrust into his eye socket. A sword maybe?

Overall, very weird and strange.

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MisterTig responds:

Yeah. The guy is being stabbed by a sword. And the weird guy... maybe he is a robot. Maybe he is not. Thanks for reviewing.


fucked up, but at the same time pretty cool

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Oct 7, 2011 | 8:20 AM EDT
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