General Arma

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General Arma

Author Comments

Well here it is! I hope you like it, it took me about 3 hours to complete, and personally I enjoy it very much! Please use CONSTRUCTIVE criticism, and I also will be willing to take requests :)

please dont just zero bomb me if you don't like the style, tell me how I earned a zero :P

anyone willing to help me get in the portal :D please?

***Please note, while I did draw this piece*** General Arma, Demons Crest, and all relevant material is copyrighted to capcom and it(s) respective owners.


Nice work.

I came across this as a result of you giving a good, constructive review to someone else, so consider this good karma paying you back. I can see you've got a lot of potential, so I recommended you to the portal.

Regarding the artwork itself, I'm not familiar with the character you're drawing, however I can still offer a bit of constructive criticism. The flames look more like fur or grass than actual fire. I'd make it brighter and give it more of a "glow" to make it really look like it's alive and burning. Likewise the embers in the background (or foreground?) need some glow too. What's ironic is you got the glow down fine for the actual demon critter, so it looks like light from a fire is reflecting off him. That's all I can think off, hope it helps. Keep it up!

Good job mate!

But ist kinda bland that you can only see the upper part of his body, but you nailed the colors and lighting on this one, and even the fire looks well. Continue like this man!

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Jan 12, 2010 | 6:36 PM EST
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613 x 582 px
163.1 kb

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