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Cloves Rodrigues
07-02-2016, 07:31 PM
i do this samples for my website
i hope you like
not work, just a training session

https://fbcdn-sphotos-a-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-xfl1/v/t1.0-9/13557742_965738670209502_7715417886991324220_n.jpg ?oh=1fecc5d24b0b186205baafeacd43f870&oe=57F3846A&__gda__=1476426856_77bbe55f89d137206f727213ad187c0 3



07-02-2016, 08:59 PM
Wow, the level of detail in every panel is staggering. I like it!

My only suggestion is that Bane's torso seems too long for his arms and legs.

But this is really incredible work!

Michael Ford
07-03-2016, 09:47 PM
I want to start off by saying that I am a fan of your work. You have such a great style and you put in such great details in your work. Your panel layouts look dynamic and are easy to read. The second page is the best example. It definitely feels more compelling than if it was just a normal boxed panel. Your rain effects in the last two pages work very well. Subtle but it helps define the tone.

While your backgrounds are great, they do look a little too dark. As such, it makes it hard to know where I am suppose to look. In the first page, it is even more difficult because of the statues.

In page 2, Bane's arms look too small for his body. And on the second panel for page 3, his left leg looks like it is a different angle than the rest of his body. His mask also doesn't look like something he would wear. Usually it is either all black and completely covers his face with red lens, or it has a white design over the face that resembles a skull.

Thanks for showing us your work. These look great. I look forward to see what you draw next.

Cloves Rodrigues
07-07-2016, 06:13 PM
Appreciate Brothers !

07-16-2016, 06:37 AM
Hi. The top frame of your first page would be more effective if the characters were facing forward. You mean to show them looking at the statues but you cut the head off the largest one in the frame!

In many of your frames, it's not clear how much space you leave for the letterer to work in captions and dialogues. You have to stage your compositions so that it's not just your art that is on display so that other persons from your team can also contribute to the storytelling.

On your first Bane/Nightwing page, you should flip the characters so that in the next page, the storytelling continues and doesn't just switch off in a new direction.

The transition from the first-second-third panel in your second Bane/Nightwing page works as the eye can clearly follow the direction of the action.

Good work.

Samuel Bono
07-16-2016, 09:59 PM
wonderful pages. Ever!!

07-17-2016, 07:16 PM
It has been said before, but I would have a hard time lettering these pages. Bane looks a little disproportionate.

Other than that, good stuff.