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o you guyse seem to love me with all the chatter you are doing here.
if you think "now that I got those zings I can go constructive: it is no where near copper or metal in general. Look at metal...
jesus don't sign them make you look like you're serious
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they are completely practical designs compared to what crazy retarded looking shit the japs pull out of their squinty ass
it looks muddy if small brushes are used along with incorrect technique. It's a beginners thing, it's hard to get out of
now that I got those zings I can go constructive: it is no where near copper or metal in general. Look at metal balls, they have very sharp highlights and very deep shadows and sharp contrasts. Try...
as you can see battletech was first since their pictures are...
I like your brushstrokes
19th July 2012
It is. You should draw a ball of that instead of clay.
it lacks some contrast overall, the desaturated tones are called "low key coloring" fyi.
And you just said that low-key should not be used in illustration. And that's retarded.
Using low key for...
I see no similarities.
18th July 2012
actually it is over the top
>head is useless weakpoint
>hands instead of hardpoints
>ridiculously tall silhouette
these look retarded as fuck
Perspective is cool as hell but you didn't really pull it off. Use more guidelines for everything
No, not really. Lots of fords here and lots of chervolets here. Americans can make actual, good, practical cars that dont' break or burst into fire after 10,000km and don't look like shit like french...
As an objective and unbiased viewer I can safely say that these all are utter, complete shit.
Shade them using moonlight as a light source. Might give us an idea what we're looking at. Add atmospheric perspective to other planes and fix the perspective on left side bombs.
Did you finally get sponsorship for trolling or something?
you've finally gotten rid of your extremely muddy rendering, lovely.