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4.43 / 5.00

Oct 8, 2015 | 4:07 PM EDT
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Just some concept art for how season 3 of my series Shapes will look! Would love to hear what you guys think.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Not a big fan of the background. Looks like dripping paint. For the rest it's good, but I kinda liked the eyes the way they were before. Still, looks less sketchy, that's a good thing. One thing: could we still be talking about shapes when they become more 3D-like? I mean, square could be called Cube now and circle, well, he could be called button more than anything else ^^ (Just me overthinking stuff, like always XD)

sadakab responds:

Hey there, thanks for the feedback! The background is rushed for sure, it's not my end goal. I agree, the eyes are a huge change, but are also a major change I'm looking forward to. Basically, I really want to give them pupils so they're able to look at different things and not have the solid black eyes like before. The background I was thinking of doing a sketched looking design, almost like it was sketched with coloured pencils with a faint overlay of lined paper. ALSO.... I will be introducing names in Season 3 :) so they will no longer be referred to as Circle, Triangle and Square.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Picture itself is great. As for it being for the series, I'm kinda neutral. It definitely looks more 'animated' than the previous style, but the original designs also have a certain charm to them. Still a fan either way. Could we say you're 'shaping' up? *Is shot*

sadakab responds:

Hey man, appreciate your response! I agree, there is a certain charm to the simplicity of the sketch-style that I did before. I think I may simplify some elements of this instead of how it looks above. I was thinking of having the background look as if it's been sketched with a faint overlay of lined paper.