|21 Dec 2003|| Dennis Drury|
I think the hero's legs and lower half in general are too small for his head and arms; and the monster's sword is held in such a way that it would have had to split its own wings to get it into that position (the pointed end of the sword is too vertical; as drawn, it makes the sword appear to be flat against the creature's back). But in spite of that, I like this picture. It is full of action; nothing is stiff! I like the way that the hero is grabbing the thing's leg with his left hand and arm. And especially, you did an excellent job on the facial expressions of both hero and monster. Very good!
|21 Dec 2003|| Kristine S. Trevett|
*gapes with amazement*
That evil creature thingy looks exactly like an "ugluk", a creature I've created for a novel I'm writing!
That's soo strange! Lol.
|26 Jul 2004|| John Ryan Byrd|
"Dammit get back down here, Your not going anywhere I am not finished with you, yet, Vile Beast of Darkness...."
I agree with the comment above as far as the critiqueing goes so nothing more need be said, I do however love the ideas behind your drawing and the geniuine situational action is great, you can just see a sequence or story unfold with your work, This is a classic example of that.
|26 Jul 2004|| Anonymous|
...So which one is the brave hero?
|28 Aug 2005|| Anonymous|
Has he forgotten to put his shoes of? ...Or why is he running around in his socks