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3.60 / 5.00

Mar 17, 2013 | 7:15 PM EDT
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My first go at Painting in photoshop, which turned out to be a disorganized mess of Layers merging everywhere.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

I truly love the yellow/green bits, giving different impressions depending on their use (pattern on the "mask", "feathers"...)
It really adds this dynamic feeling, even if the creature is in a standing, static position.
Without these it would be pretty dull I think. So great job, this is impressive!

PS: Thanks a lot for the advice on my witch doctor fanart, it's really helpful!

Revolutsia responds:

The "Feathers" Or what were intended to be flames were added halfway through this, mostly because I wanted to experiment with flame-work that I failed miserably on my previous submission to this. It also managed to take up a 'lil empty space that I wanted out of it.
This is however a design I would to further upon in the future, not the picture but the character. Maybe even an OC if I can give it enough of a human like resemblance to it in a rework.

Your very welcome for the review of your piece also.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I can only say that I like it, because I'm not advanced enough.
Just continue to do what you do because you do it good.
PS: Thank you for the comment on my art.

Revolutsia responds:

Well, Thank you very much!


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

I gotta be honest, I have no idea what to make of this, haha. Its painted quite well and has good use of gradients and shading, I just don't know what it is! That said, you've gone a good job regardless, and it definitely interesting to look at heh. Thanks for sharing!

Revolutsia responds:

I have no idea what it is either, I just went with a general shape, winged it, and this is what I got.
Thanks for the review!