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Dennis The Menace (noir)

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For one of my modules at uni i was asked to mix two different genres so im mixing Beano/Dandy comics with Noir style comics. Here is one of them!

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Hmmm....

Well, I do rather enjoy the concept that you are bringing to Dennis. You give him a bloodthirsty insanity in just 3 colors, absolutely beautiful. The only problem that I even have with this piece is his t-shirt curves as though he has boobs. Dennis can can described as mad.... and females can be categorized as crazy at least every once in a while.... but Dennis is no female. I will take this piece as how it looks and consider another great sense of expression. Good job, keep putting your works up here. ;D


Wajaholic responds:

Thanks man, i think it looks like that because i tried to make it look like hes sticking his chest out like hes proud of how menacing he is. But i can see what you mean, haha. Il try and make him less femenine next time!


Pretty good job

The only thing I can think of that could make it better would be if Mr. Wilson's house was on fire in the background.



Awesommmee

Haha childhood memories ^^

Really creative good job!


Wajaholic responds:

Thanks! He was my hero as a child, haha.


what an odd picture.

When ever I imagine Dennis the menace I imagine a cute character with blond hair, but you have a really creative imagination of showing that deep down he really is crazy. I really like the simple look you gave it of only using 3 colors. You gave him a really nice evil look, bravo!


Wajaholic responds:

They dont call him Dennis the Menace for nothing! Hes craaaaaaaaaazy!

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