man that was great! I rarely laugh out loud when I'm the only one in the room, but that was too funny.
Loved it, love the new characters (new baddy looks kinda like molarom from Temple of doom), I was so genuinely excited to see this and it's come out on my birthday weekend!
Top notch work my friend, envious of your talent!
I genuinely didn't enjoy any aspect of this, the art was terrible, like complete lack of effort and not in a funny way...just kind of bad.
The intro almost made me knee jerk a "0" within like 5 seconds...
the jokes are pretty lame, voice acting was miserable, i mean theres literally a point where you can hear something rub against the microphone, you couldn't have re-recorded that?
The fox guy's voice was awful especially when he was getting mad, maybe I'm missing something...but it sounded like some asshole doing a stupid voice that just wasn't fucking funny at all...
Everything about this was annoying. You get 1 for effort, and 1 because I'm trying to be as nice as I can and think that you probably COULD do something good, there's enough reason here to think it's possible. this one just was not it...
keep trying, the next one will be better.
this made my fucking day
I see it what you're going for...
...and this is why I think you fall short.
This style of drawing really only works if it's "perfect" and by perfect I mean vector line work. All in all it's just not clean enough. If you really really don't want to work with the bezier pen tool (or in Illustrator) then I suggest at least going into your "Brush Options" and turning your space down to "0" that would account for alot of the "squiggliness" of the lines.
The other aspect of this is that if you're not going to use line work (and who wants to really) then you've got to have a stronger understanding of color theory. I know you used several different colors there but see how they all "blend" together especially in the top portion of the piece. Use high contrast to define your shapes rather than just slightly different colors.
If you convert your picture to greyscale you should still have very defined characters and objects in the scene.
So take those two things, splash at least a HINT of texture/lighting into the scene (even if that texture is glossy) and you're starting to move in the right direction.
Don't get discouraged! Just trying to help! Keep your chin up!
Thanks. I appreciate the helpful criticism, but I used this website called Tegaki E.
There are no brush options.
We're lucky they even give us an opacity option.
This is all hand done =(
Not sure why you have/had such a shitty rating...
Love the subject matter, the only complaint I have is that for this style it seems like nice clean vector line art would really push you over the edge into "holy fucking shit" territory.
If you have no concept of color theory, you're not doing terribly....just stick with it try to research it a little. You'll only get lucky a few times before you start to drive yourself mad wondering why your colors "no longer work".
great line work great colors
reminds me of Elephantmen!!
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