I'd probably call them Relic Sentries or Wandering Sentries based on their lore description.
Other than that I said you did a good job adding some life to the animation while still making it look mechanically sound, with the pistons and the details of the extensions. :)
Thanks, im glad you think it has life! thats what i planned for this one.
To make it move as much as possible while still keeping a mechanical feeling to it.
I like both names also! I´ll probably keep the sentries word in their final name though.
I say this often, but seeing you enjoying and looking forward snowy weather after all those times you dreaded it really brightens my day. :)
Great work with the pastel colours and the shading as well, not being a master of anatomy (yet) I can't tell if anything if off proportion wise with my brain right now, so I'd say it's all good. haha
Keep up the good work!
Aw thank you so much!!!
Yeah I feel like I can officially start loving winter again now that I live in a house with heat <3 It's been great!!
You can trust him to be well-dressed, but that's about it. :P
Hahahah, yep, that about sums him up =)
Cool test! Looks like you blended a few of the textures all together after you finished the initial flat coloring.
Another cool trick you can also try, is if you take a picture of some tree bark and desaturate it before making it a texture. It'll end up giving you some CRAZY details. Great for backgrounds or really scratchy surfaces.
Keep up the tinkering!
Thanks for the critique! I'll keep what you said in mind!
That's pretty realistic my dude!
All those crags and that attention to the shadow details and smooth colour transitions. :)
Gonna try to make a whole range next? :P
thanks! this took hours to render! Maybe it I can think of how to make it less detailed.
That Monster's sheep disguise isn't fooling anyone anymore! D8
DIggin' that pose! The thick-to-thin line work in conjunction with the shading really brings that horrible sheep monster to life. Quirky yet horrifying style you got goin' on. :P
She's running to the battery store. :P
(Eats T-Rex Fossil)
Oh no! Porcs!
That's some darn good anatomy you got going on there! Not to mention the shading you've got going along with it is super consistent with the light source. :P
I have no idea what the technique is called, but I dig the way the colours are made paler than normal to go with the beige in the background, kinda like medieval paintings.
Keep up the great work!
Some cool lineart and composition you've got going on here! It also seems like you've got some ideas to flesh out a story or two about this guy, so hopefully you revisit this at least a couple more times for some good practice. :P
In therms of art, the only thing about this drawing that seems a little bit off is the fact that Korbin and his Crow's have a bit of moonlight shining on their highlights, but the buildings in the back do not.
Seems like your stylistic choice was to have the characters be more detailed as they are closer to camera, and to have the buildings in the back a bit more simplified due to the distance away FROM the camera.
Even with this tactic in mind, I'm sure adding a small amount of moonshine (not the drink!) to the buildings would help make everything fit in with the light sources you've chosen.
Great work all around though, so I hope you keep practicing and get even better! :)
Thank you for the kind words! And yeah, I didn't put moonlight on the buildings for the reasons you stated. Looking back now, I think it would've been okay if I reduced the glow effect compared to everything else in the picture.
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