The warrior, her face reminds me Yamashita Shunya's work, except she has a lot more armor equipped... This is some great work, the clouds in the background really draw you in. I need to get myself a moleskine, Having work bound together seems to be something I'll need eventually.
Amazing detailing and shading, and I love the acrylics in the background. Her back does look like it's at a bit of an odd angle, but other than that this is an amazing piece. I just can't get over how amazing the shading and detailing is
Wow you are easily butthurt over a perfectly legit question. You are not very used to negative comments are you? Because I've never had anyone escelate that quickly before over nothing, chill out and learn to take comments for what it is. You never asked for critique but I asked you a question. The weight of the top part of the armor would be unsupported with a exaggerated hip tilt like that and would ultimatelly result in back problems. If you are going to pursue a carreer (or whatever) you need to chill out and not rage over simple things. And pointing out typos is childish behaviour, please act like a grown up and stop flailing your pirdehurt arms around like a angry little kid.
i'm not upset. only responded to sarcasm. look through my history to see how I respond to critiques. you sound more upset about me pointing out your typo, than I am of you pointing out what you think may be a flaw. ok. bye
You obviously know nothing about pivots and situational weight balancing. If you think for a second that that armor is supported, then you are on the wrong foot sir. I was not upset either, I was surprised to how quickly you flamed up over such a small thing like a sarcastic question. You can stick that stubborn pride of yours and learn to deal with things that you are not comfortable with, because as far as I'm concerned, you draw like a god, but that's nothing if you can't cope with negative comments. ok. bye
I thoroughly envy your armor. You give it such depth and clean detail to where it's just gorgeous on its own. I like this contrast of color and sketch, it makes the subject really stand out in a good way yet the paint serves a purpose beyond "hey here's some color." You do with a pencil what plenty of people can't do with ink.
thanks for the kind words, Samurai Girl. I don't normally draw this sort of armor,so I wanted to give it a good first show. and I wanted the color to be somewhat loud to contrast with the subject. glad you like it