Really cool image, love the composition. I can never get my artwork this clean either. Laughing my ass off at all of phsychopath's reviews. Whatacunt. I feel for you.
Thanks for the kind words. This was actually before I got my wacom. And the only way I could really work was to maks everything off. Which is why all the lines look so clean.
I actually kinda wear Psychopath's reviews as a badge of honor. Plus it was so funny to argue with him.
Yeah I went there, I feel it would go great as an epic game in the future of Newgrounds where Armorgames and Kongregate are at war with Newgrounds because let's face it popularity.
P.S. NO ONE STEALS MY IDEA! I'M SERIOUS I WILL BREAK YOUR FACE AND NOT WITH MY FIST.......
Thanks, man. DON'T BRAEK MI FAEC!!
For one thing the perspective is kind of screwed. His right arm, [from the viewers perspective, his left arm] is longer than his left arm [from the viewers perspective, his right arm] when from the perspective trajectory, it should appear shorter because it's further away from the viewer than his right arm is.
I could understand that if he was slouching to his right, but his position doesn't indicate that at all. The illustration would be perfect if it weren't for that.
Above all the glamour of the coloring, it's nothing to be excited about. Especially when the backgrounds are comprised of elements from 3D software.
WARNING TO EVERYONE:
DON'T EVER REVIEW THIS KID.
Unless you want every single piece you've done reviewed as some sort of crazy revenge. He doesn't really know what he's talking about, and he'll put up the pretense of being constructive so he can feel good about himself. But read his reviews and ask yourself. Does it seem like he's trying to help? Or like he's trying to look like he's trying to help.
Longer explanation here:
Seriously. All my work.
I would prefer to see it more like the original. More lines and a squarer shape. He's too round. And the glasses aren't meant to be orange. You put too much detail into it as well.
I appreciate a good critique, but don't grade me on what you want to see. I can't paint to your tastes. I have to paint to mine. This is my reinterpretation of a Tankman. If you want the original why wouldn't you just look at the original? And what would be the point of just redrawing something that already exists?
I love it when artists take something that was made to look low quality and make it into something like this that is all intricate.
Thanks. I was happy with how it turned out at the time. I think I've grown a lot since then.
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