i love the stalker games and i love this picture even though it looks llike it is rushed
this was done when I had no skills in photoshop haha
"Someone has reached the center of the zone...
And that means one of two things will happen. Either we will find them and stop them, or the zone will continue on to destroy everything within and perhaps beyond itself in an effort to rid itself of this pest."
I LOVE STALKER.
All I'm going to say about it.
Clear Sky has to be my favorite of the first two; I don't have a machine fast enough for Pripyat >.<
People always went on about Snorks... honestly, they're big, they're scary, they're fast, and they do a crapload of damage, but they're not that hard to kill. Hell, I took on a whole roomfull with a sawn-off shotgun... but I'm rambling.
The art is brilliant, especially the portion on its back. That was particularly well done. I liked how you also made it look a bit more... wasted away then the ones in the game; Snorks can't get THAT much nourishment.
Awesome work :D
Get out of here, Stalker.
I like the coloring, detail and how you portrayed the depth, but as stated before, the hands do look rushed.
I would love to see more S.T.A.L.K.E.R. art from you
Get out of here,Stalker!
While this thing is nicely drawn and everything,I just don't think the hands fit to a snorkel. I mean,they are so light and slender, you could imagine him playing the piano in the bar in the watchers keep.
Suprisingly however, snorkels rarely ever play the piano (no to speak of playingi t for Stalkers), but rather prefer to rip your face into small,edible stripes and growling like a legend of Death Metal while doing so.
His hand should therefore look a bit more...clawy and his skin could be a bit more rotten too,especially at the arms.
I just drew it from the picture.
And I rushed the hands, so that's why they don't fit.
But enough excuses! I will take that into consideration the next time I draw a Snork c:
This is a good but the left hand is a bit off.
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