I can see what you mean by something is missing, but I'm slightly torn. I agree with what you say, and you could add something to the background, but at the same time, I like the simplistic background, and adding something would ruin that.
The only reason you lose marks is for the hair. I don't like the way it completely covers the face and it goes in a different direction to what you would think. I think that if you were to fix that it may add that little something you're looking for.
Yeah, the hair has been irking me ever since I drew it, but I don't know how to fix it without completely redrawing the head and the hair.
Alright but can improve.
Firstly, I like the air of mystery to this drawing. It adds significantly to the girl standing there.
The main problems I would see would be to make the shading more prominent, and to adds something behind the curtains. Nothing big, but maybe an odd room fading to black, which would increase the feeling of mystery even more.
thanks for the compliment and tips!
Well drawn with few problems.
The only problem that I could notice is the way the neck and mouth piece look like they're dead side on, while the bell of the saxophone looks like it's at an angle. Fix that and it will be awesome.
Thanks, I see what your aiming at, dont think I will fix it in this one though..
Wouldnt really know how to fix that with the shading and angle and such really...
anyways, Thanks a heap for the review!
Good but could be improved
I think the background is too 'nice'. The character looks very evil, so the bright sunset and the white clouds don't fit in very well. Why not put massive waves in the ocean, or thunder clouds in the sky?
The scenery was a first timer for me. I've never attempted this before. I still have to practice if I want to take it a step further and rough up the weather, but that still sounds like an awesome idea, though. I'll keep that in mind.
On the contrary, this character is quite good in nature... at least in that form. X)
An interesting style.
Firstly, I like the colouring and the cartoony style.
The main suggestion I would have is to tidy up a few of the lines, like the lines above the head.
Ok, thanks for the review! Now I just need to look up what "tidy" means in my language. :D
That is the sexiest rhino I have ever seen
Except for me, of course.
It's pretty awesome, I love the combination of the low-quality smiley and the high-quality rhino.
I can only imagine what amazing thing you could draw if you had a tablet :3
Yeah, this bitch doesn't even compare to you.
Lol yeah, I was too lazy to draw a blushy face, so blown up NG emoticons to the rescue.
I'm saving up for one, thanks :3
The first thing that I saw when looking at this picture was the nicely drawn streak of light running along the dragon, so well done on that. The second thing was the look in his eyes which looks 'evil' and fits the dragon.
The two criticism I would have with the drawing are the head and the details on the dragons body. The way the head is tucked in just doesn't look right and it screws up the view of the lower jaw, which is at a different angle to the top one. Then the body, I feel that this could use more detail like scales, wings and maybe scars for a 'badass' look.
So it's a good drawing but looking at your other work this isn't your best. (For instance, Sketchbook Phoenix is absolutely brilliant)
Well, firstly I'd have to say that the lighting is more-or-less perfect and the shading is spot on. I also like the use of the smudge (?) tool to blend it all together quite well.
Personally, I don't see the head's odd shape to be a problem, at all. I think it significantly adds to the drawing's surreal side, which I think is very good.
My main recommendation would be to add more detail to the hands, feet and head. Otherwise, it's a great drawing.
I also agree with lagamuffin.
Firstly, the colouring isn't great. You colour outside the line in some parts and it's full of gaps everywhere. The aura (or whatever it is) is poorly drawn with the spikes going out in different directions and are all completely different sizes. There's no shading which makes the drawing look very flat.
Finally, it's hardly the hardest thing to draw. It's a circle with a background. Why not do the pokÃ©ball after it's just been thrown with the trainer doing a throwing motion in the background? Or draw the pokÃ©ball opening up with a pokÃ©mon coming out to battle another one?
I look the expression she shows through her body language, which is good as she looks like she's come down with a case of Missing face syndrome. I like the slightly surreal aspect of it (which I'm quite partial to :3). I have no suggestions, it's very nice the way it is.
That was the plan, to try and focus more on the body to show she's sad than just using a face like this :(
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