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happy madness day yall, wanted to whip up something this year. turned out kinda different from what I intended but I'm still happy with it

somethin a lil stylistically different

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I like the inky yellow outline, it gives a more stylistic touch. The colors and shading are cool and the piece itself is great. i liked it

Great work

So this was "COOL" Maybe some added shine and sparkle on the top of his right side of the head just to show off more shine, And so you have set things in place and now that is with some interesting things you have presented and in good fashion, and with that said and this one comming to an end, I am pleased with all the outcome on a decent effort and a decent entry.

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
Maybe some added shine and sparkle on the top of his right side of the head just to show off more shine

~X~

The absoulute MAD LAD!

lindasso

I really like the style and the colors are cool. They definitely emphasize the trippy part of the guy's journey. I like the flowing paint on the edges as well, and the outfit is great. Guy's clearly lost it and is on a bit of a bender. The gun has a nice bit of detail as well. And the posing also works really well with the character. Seems like he's about to pass out from the intoxication. I agree with @HEKILLZALOT, the hands could be a bit more manly (not too much though) and the nails should really not look like that, they'd fit a witch or zombie character better.
Still a cool Madness Day piece though!

Tarantulaben responds:

looking back on it, I do agree with the nails. thank you for the very well thought out feedback!

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