ROBOT #6, you smoke to much!


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Quite cartoonish

I didn't seem to like this as most people because it didn't make much sense to me. Granted, that's never stopped me from liking something before, but the artwork doesn't seem that good. I've just seen so much fanart I keep thinking it's based on some non original character. I like how this robot is sporting a mohawk. You rarely see that on robots and it looks cool. The way the smoke looked so poofy made it kind of look like farts.

I mean, it's just that it was coming out of the robot himself. I like how the little red crosses are being arranged everywhere. This seems like something that would be in the Dr. Slump manga. It really is delightfully cartoonish, even if it isn't the most appealing picture out there. There also appear to be some bits of blue stuff that are flowing out of the robot's arm.

tsk tsk

bad robo, bad

Pretty nice

Beautiful colors and good job.

You keep making me smile

I absolutely love this art style. It has to be my favourite style out of all types of art seen these days.

Now down to the review.

~~~~ I think you did fantastic with the shading. More so on his right side and on the cloud to the right. I really like the shapes you dotted around and the pattern on the robot is great too (ie. i love the minus and plus idea). The background could use maybe a bit shading/detail but thats fine because it brings out the clour and shading in the robot.

Overall ~ Its a great piece of art and im glad its on the front page. Some may not see it but they are fools who dont look past through to the beauty that this picture has.

Great job.


Nice style for a robot, adding in those elements

Credits & Info

2.86 / 5.00

May 23, 2010
7:58 AM EDT
File Info
609 x 428 px
239.2 KB

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