View Full Version : Needing critique please!-Technician Robot-
01-28-2011, 06:52 AM
Here is a concept I made and really need some critique, I hope to improve this, so if anyone has suggestions I would really appreciate your opinion.
Thanks in advance :-)
01-28-2011, 11:49 AM
if you don't wanna more stuff around it and look only for crits on the drawing i'd say you could use some more hard edges/remove some soft transitions. to make it more interesting you could add some liquid like water/slime/oil dripping from it. maybe some visible scratches etc.
the background looks a bit like some kind of fog. maybe add some indistinct soft shapes so it looks like there's something else there
that's all i could come up with right now. good luck :)
01-28-2011, 02:35 PM
Hey there Creeto! I like your suggestions and I will implement them. :-). I'll post again after the adjustments ...( I had the same feeling about the background ;)... )
Many thanks and have a great day!
( I hope I can help back someday...)
01-28-2011, 06:08 PM
It looks like a good "core" structure but it looks like it's missing legs and arms and overall "balance." The background looks a little sloppy in the way that it blends into the edges in places. By the way I really like your golden android.
01-28-2011, 06:42 PM
Hey Stuh505, you have a point there, indeed, this is an aspect that I gave to little importance and it's a good idea to come back to it, initially I imagined this thing as a flying (limited flying- hovering) utility robot for fixing stuff around a space-station propelled by some sort of electrical energy inside his "helm" (and hips) but I agree it is not enough obvious and balanced . I am grateful for your comment , thanks !
(I've noted it , great :-))
Glad you like my golden android :-)
03-17-2011, 10:17 AM
Hey there! It's been some time ...I was too busy with other stuff but now I am back with this new udate on the technician robot. How do you find this? Any suggestions?
I'd appreciate your feedback! :-)
03-17-2011, 10:17 AM
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