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murrzus
07-09-2017, 03:18 PM
hi im murrzus and this is my work

http://img04.deviantart.net/f08d/i/2017/161/6/6/murrzus_demon_by_murrzus-dbc9c07.jpg

http://pre09.deviantart.net/958f/th/pre/i/2017/168/1/5/volcan_2_by_murrzus-dbd2eah.jpg

http://pre10.deviantart.net/c876/th/pre/i/2017/163/c/f/volcan_by_murrzus-dbciy08.jpg

http://img08.deviantart.net/263d/i/2017/161/9/9/bosko_asesino_by_murrzus-dbc98oj.jpg





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Charles
07-17-2017, 01:52 AM
http://img08.deviantart.net/263d/i/2017/161/9/9/bosko_asesino_by_murrzus-dbc98oj.jpg


It's been a while since I've been on here, so I'll keep my commentary brief.

I like this one, because it has a lot of life in it. For all of his foreboding demeanor, your character's bid for being the center of attention is heavily contended with by all of the assorted details that populate the scene, behind him.

In spite of him and that which he holds in his hand, there's a visual feeling of comfort, here. The character, himself, is arguably the object of least visual interest. I look at what should be his face, and I'm left not quite sure what I am supposed to be seeing. That's a good way to lose the attention of your viewer.

The style is one of imperfection. Yet, because you bothered with a considerable resort to background detailing, the eye is forgiving of it. Even your cabinet doors are not straight, yet my eye doesn't seem to mind. I think that the angle at which the ceiling runs is also to your scene's benefit.

Your scene tells a story - that makes it more than just a run of the mill scene. There is something of interest going on, here. My mind wants to know more.

Stewart Vernon
07-18-2017, 01:36 PM
Agree with Charles. I think much of what is happening with the main character blending into the details of the background could be fixed by adjusted line weights.

Thinner lines for the stuff in the background, thicker lines for the main character in the foreground, or perhaps a combination of both.