I can imagine sound effects going with this scene.
They aint no appetizing sound effects...
But honestly, this is, in fact, amazingly cute. So cute it makes me wanna go squee all over the place.
Ironically, I consider the overall dark tone of the piece one of the main causes of its remarkable adorableness, as it does not rely on the obnoxious "kittens, bunnies and sweet, colorful stuff"-formula, and gives us instead something fresh and new. The artwork is not particularly detailed, but effective and proof that you surely know how to put an emphasis on shapes and use colour to highlight specific spots (the eyes, my god THE EYES...).
I would love to see an an entire comic (or maybe even a flash) done this way. It would be truly epic.
I'm glad you enjoyed it. The most important part of this series was the focus on showing Shina experiencing a variety of emotions. I think the endearing qualities come from how honestly her face expresses those emotions.
Let me get this straight:
I consider most of your work (at least the most recent stuff) to be disgusting, repulsive or just plain wrong.
This particular piece, hovewer, amazes me as it does not only yet again proove how talented an artist you essentially are, but also displays a loving hommage to one of the best levels of one of my all time favorite games.
Respekt, Shad. Du hast es mal wieder geschafft...
To be honest, these are neither especially detailed nor particularly elaborate.
But holy sh*t, do they look good!
They are simple without looking minimalistic or unrealistically stylized, thus making them basically perfect background images. I just love how you give the pictures a foggy, cold tone by using color and partially transparent white layers.
Plus, I love fantastic landscapes such as these in general.
Thank you, friend! :D
Tried to watch this with 3D glasses.
No, seriously, great use of color.
I like the effect that comes with the moderate application of blurr tools.
Oh, and the drawing itself is awesome, too.
Okay. That... whatever it is. Its extremely cute.
great use of colour, lighting and reflections. Few artworks can actually transport the concepts of taste (sweet) and temperature (warmth).
My sincere admiration.
Thanks, the color is my favorite part about it :3
Love your style, man. That professionally used blurr effect makes the objects (rocks? bullets?) in the foreground look fast and dynamic, in contrast to the blunt and heavy, yet still floating machine.
My deepest respect for an artist who has obviously mastered the art of digital painting.
Thanks for the kind ole words :3
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