Nah I think it's good
Nah I think it's good
I thought this was really cool when you posted just the background, but the animation definitely kicks it up a few notches! Also I second Aseprite. I've used it a fair bit for pixel art and animation, and it's definitely much better equipped for doing stuff like this. Reasonably affordable too!
Lovely, as always! I'm consistently impressed by what you do with perspective. Keep it up!
This is beautiful! I love the flowers in particular, they make for a really nice foreground, and then of course this nectar horse creature looks awesome! Really great piece! :)
This is truly disgusting.
Love the character design and all the line work. Good stuff!
The hero we need but don't deserve.
That melty effect going on here is awfully familiar. Wonder where I've seen it before...
Nice work :)
Beautiful, I love it :) nice work
Nice episode, the t-shit in the first page looks great now, and I can't help but bring up the fact that you're really good at drawing people, I like the style a lot. Sorry to hear your having financial issues, and I wish you the best of luck!
Oh it’s okay. Life happens a lot. I appreciate the praise. I actually can’t draw figures as well as I want. I rely heavily on reference pictures. These are not coming straight from my mind. Especially to get the fabric on their clothes to look authentic. And this is my first time using a tablet to draw. It’s super hard to draw a straight line for me. I get frustrated a lot. But that’s why I am doing this. For practice. Once I get a cintiq tablet, I’ll probably redo everything, make the pages flow better, etc. hopefully develop a style that doesn’t rely so heavily on reference pictures.
This is an awesome start to the episode. It definitely sets a very serious tone for what comes next. I really like what you did with depth here, especially with the background. The way that the slums way in the back are just the shading without outlines makes for a really good effect. I also like how you chose to do the lighting from the city that dissipates into the rest of the image.
As far as constructive criticism goes, I don't have much. I think the proportions on the shirt on the clothesline are kind of strange, it seems to me that the left sleeve is larger than the right, and both are too big. And the only other thing is I think the city could probably benefit from some additional detail.
Great work, excited to see where this is going. :)
Thanks! Actually that helps me out a lot. I was thinking the same thing for the shirt. And I was wondering about more detail but at a loss as to what. I think I’ll work on the other pages for now and come back to this one later. I really appreciate your criticism:)
Co-host of A Couple of Crickets Podcast, and Even More Sound Podcast; creator of FlowDownStream; animator; """musician"""; university dropout
Concordia University, Montreal
Joined on 8/18/15