Good. But leaves you to question.
-Saw that we made a little mistake in compiling the list when you posted. Thought it would be only right to review it first so I don't miss it personally. I don't see too many of these comic strip art pieces but that's probably because I barely frequent the art portal that much anymore. Maybe i'll find a spark by reviewing some art.
-I like how it's overly dramatic but makes sense and could actually happen. A nice bit of storytelling with not too much in the form of words. Not exactly sure why they are running. Maybe it could of been fit into the police officer's dialogue somewhere. The progression of the story leads to an almost fitting comedic relief and makes the officer become perplexed in the background. Will he let them go or will he continue with his duty?
-I like how you have a stereotypical tomboy/pretty girl combination in the lesbian lovers. It makes it all too clear why the tomboy tries to be the tough one but ends up failing. Gritty hard working cop who is in the way and the pretty one who is stuck in the fray. A little confused by the dark eyes as they work for the cop and the tomboy but not the redhead. It just makes her look a little wierd. Maybe there is a reason for that though.
-Location is well suited. Dark and forlorn. Rather secluded area for the standoff to happen. Isn't too fancy to let you know exactly where they are but gives you enough to infer for yourself. I also like how you blocked off each picture into a different shape or size of rectangle. Overall it's a rather good comic strip but it left me with those few questions.
-Review Request Club
In the original script I actually had a reason stated for the cop chasing after them, but decided that it wasn't necessary in the end. I quite enjoy telling stories with as few words as possible.
This caught my eye while browsing since it's in a classic black and white drawing. Well drawn and quite hilarious. I love how you have a human taking orders at the place selling human flesh.
Fight to the death!
-Probably going to sound a bit critical but the character and the black enemies seem a bit flat. The environment is angled well to show depth but it doesn't carry over well to the individuals in the environment. Could be a lack of a major light source to garner this(small fireballs).
-The abilities look nice and could probably have some nice effects in the planned game but here the close up doesn't let you see them actually unleashing on the dark characters and just in their start phase. The enemies could also be closer to make it seem more dramatic as they are still off in the distance.
-The pillars in the background do however look nice. Paired with the floor texture they make a great combination and as said before show good depth but I just felt the rest of the picture was too much in the beginning phase and advancing it to a more dramatic fight scene could improve on the picture.
-I see i'm a little late to getting around to this piece of art but another review from the club couldn't be a bad thing(at least I hope). Seeing as how i'm a bit rusty and all. I do recall reviewing some of your earlier work though :P
-I think you chose some lovely shades of blue for the creature being imposed. Shading here makes me believe that there is some sort of glowing object in front of him or maybe just the sun. It's however missing and leaves me to wonder.
-Not bad overall but having the small creature in his lonesome on the barren background really takes away from things. Maybe continue work on this and complete the scene.
-Really nice to see that people are already getting into the spirit of the month. So far this one is my favorite. It's not overly artsy but there is a good amount of detail. Doom pumpkin is shoddily put together but that's what makes him so great.
-Background has tons of little watermarks and stray colors making it look pretty rugged. Makes the picture look a lot better than just a white background.
I'm All the time into the spirit of this month, I was born in october.
I've called it "Pumpkin of DOOM" because of Larry episode Two... it's a pumpkin "... of DOOM"
Seems like something that would fit well into the forums around here. I see where this is coming from and most guys love sandwiches(including me). Something so simple that is so good. Love the drawing style used since it's pretty cute while still being artsy. Would be awesome to see more drawings like this.
I just might
-Get used to them that is. Your species of various dinosaurs seems like it's going in a direction that I like. Simple but gives you something to think about in your spare time.
-I will have to say the background is a tad too plain and could use some sprucing up to liven the picture up. Even if this is for educational purposes you could have him in his natural habitat or give some more information about him. Just anything to fill up the blank space you have here.
-Beaversaur is nicely centered though which makes him stand out. Text is very clear and readable but as mentioned some more info wouldn't hurt. He also has quite the lovely pose which makes him seem almost comical considering his buck-tooth features. The beaver tail would of suited better than the dinosaur tail imo.
awesome thanks, umm yeah awesome
-This made me chuckle a good bit since I didn't get the reference until after I saw the picture that you drew. For some reason I had bulbasaur in my head.
-Nice job with the background. It has the whole newgrounds theme all over it. The NG tank logo on the shirt seems almost too flat in comparison to fulpasaur and it makes it look odd. Otherwise the shirt is pretty nice but could also be a bit darker since it's almost grayish.
-Looks like he's supposed to be a tad disproportionate but his individual arms and legs are different sizes than the other ones and it looks wierd. As if he is having to support himself more on one side. Coloring is still splotchy and while it's fine in some areas like his hair his legs don't look as good.
-This picture does make me wonder how we would cope if Tom suddenly did become a dinosaur and go on a rampage though. Probably wouldn't be much different than it is now.
he's a nice fulpasaur
-As the previous reviewer stated it does look kind of like a cell. But not just any cell. More like a blood cell but something that you wouldn't normally see in something say human. Way too complex in structure to work effectively. Probably isn't the angle you were going for though.
-Very intricate in detail on the inside and shows an outward circular pattern to it. The outward portion tends to just fray out and dissipate but it still has some structure to it. Nice dark color scheme to it and while it isn't anything fancy color wise it gets the job done for this piece.
Thanks for the review I was pleased to know that I have achieved what I set in the design
-Very interesting that you would have this on display in a theatre. Not many people would find geometric figures entertaining enough to look at in class for free so paying to watch them in action wouldn't make much sense. Maybe there are a few oddballs out there who like this sort of thing though :p
-Nice use of the primary colors. You did include green too but i'm guessing there needed to be more color variety in this to make it more interesting. Nice shading and textures. Really helps show the illumination from the back of the picture and the lights on the figures on stage.
-For some reason the curtains and the shapes seem a bit fuzzy. Not sure if this is related somehow to the lighting or that it's done that way to show depth. Either way it still takes away from the quality of the piece as a whole.
First of all, thanks for your review! ^^
"-Very interesting that you would have this on display in a theatre. Not many people would find geometric figures entertaining enough to look at in class for free so paying to watch them in action wouldn't make much sense. Maybe there are a few oddballs out there who like this sort of thing though :p"
Well, this would be more an interpretation, not exactly a theatre which would you have to pay to see, I mean, the stage seems like a theatre, and you can see the magic mapped stage with lines, like from puppets, but doesn't have any public on it, there is the mention, it is not a theatre, so: "who is the public?", "nobody."
"-Nice use of the primary colors. You did include green too but i'm guessing there needed to be more color variety in this to make it more interesting. Nice shading and textures. Really helps show the illumination from the back of the picture and the lights on the figures on stage."
Thanks for like my shading and colors in my tridimensional plan, about the variety of colors, yes I thought in this too by doing more geometrical figures, the only things, is that these ones will be in the front of these, and I liked how I did them, so I didn't liked to hide them over another figure.
"-For some reason the curtains and the shapes seem a bit fuzzy. Not sure if this is related somehow to the lighting or that it's done that way to show depth. Either way it still takes away from the quality of the piece as a whole."
To be honest, I don't understand what you found wrong with the curtains and background light, I just didn't found what do you mean.
Thanks again for the awesome review!
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