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TriFlame TriFlame

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Beautiful

The nature of the trails make it look really dynamic - like an explosion or something - but the assymetry makes it an interesting pic.

I can see a dragon's head in the lower left silver bit and some phoenixs on the left of the central gold.


EchoRun responds:

Thank you. :)

I like some asymmetry in fractals, most of the time anyway, as you say it makes them interesting.


Just ONE Kiss? Just ONE Kiss?

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Brilliance

I love this! I actually assumed you were a pro when I saw the pic.

The blue line coming from the left to in front of her dress is a bit odd - what was it? It seems like there could have been some interesting stuff that was 'cropped' off the bottom - the picture would probably be better without the rock on the right and whatever the blue line on the left is.

Lovely clouds, colours and expressions.

The expressions are what turns it into a great pic.



Googly Bear? Googly Bear?

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Lovely character design and colours.

I don't know what movie you're referring to... did you do this character design?

It's a brilliant take on Medusa - the reptilian features permeating into the arm/leg appendages and the scaly dress.

I really like the shading you've got here - not quite cell-shading but not quite realistic either. Very stylish.

And the black and white figure in the bg? Brilliant.

The office paper props seem a little at odds with the character but I guess the joke is that they're monsters in an office? And she's the incompotent new temp who's failed in a simple task?

Anyway, I enjoy looking at this.



Pufferships Pufferships

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Lovely idea.

Lovely! I like the textures in the shading as well as on the paper.

It's quite a sweet picture - has some of the romanticism of Antoine Saint-Expury's sketches.

But if the ship's meant to be floating above the water, maybe it should have been drawn a bit higher? Or maybe lower? Maybe you could have showed some of the underside? As is, it initially 'read' as if it was on the surface of the water and even now there's something about the placement I don't like.


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greyheaven responds:

Hi, thanks for taking the time to comment, I agree with you about the placement of the ship!
Best,
Ben