lloovee it but there are a few things you gotta watch out for.
1) when you put so much detail into robotic parts and then put hardly any detail on the other parts it kind of stands out (abs)
2) you did good with the lighting but you could of added alittle more add lighting to get the feel that the parts are moving or there is a wire transmitting electricity.
3)really nice coloring, how you did the background really suits the cyborg
I do agree with wizzum that you do have a lot of potential to be an artist that is willing to work out the details, just remember that the non-detailed places will pop out the most
Highlights and Shading
This piece has a lot of potential and it's clear that you're an artist willing to work with details. If I were to suggest one thing, it would be to not rely on drop shadows to create your three-dimensional effect. Think about adding varied light and dark regions to the rounded parts of the anatomy to help create an impression of mass, not just depth. As the drawing is now, it appears to be a flat drawing with drop shadows to pull it off the page slightly. While this can work well as a type of artistic stylization, this picture feels like it needs a bit more oomph from light and dark to really move it into that stylized range.
Detail is nice, colors blend in(they arent an eye sore), love the facial expression, its a damn good drawing!
this is really good
i really like the back drop and the cyborb is really well done.
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