View Full Version : My 2D cratoon
08 August 2003, 07:13 AM
The cartoon was drawed in the year of 2000 when I was a student,but not finished beacuse of busy working,and my ability is limited in the time,now I find the cartoon have a lot of defect.It would be my great appreciated for you to give your valuable advice about it.
08 August 2003, 03:43 PM
I like the overall style of your work, particularly the architecture. The characters need some refining and it doesn't look like they have a fully developed style of their own yet. Also, you might try saving your images as jpeg instead of bmp. It won't really affect the quality and it will make your images download quicker.
Keep going - you've got some cool stuff here.
12 December 2003, 10:55 AM
:buttrock: take a step higher we all wish!
by the way,you should find the fantanstic topic,
one wonderful topic attracts more critiques,
it will help you much more!
12 December 2003, 12:42 PM
I like the style a lot. But shouldn't this be posted in the 2d section?
12 December 2003, 08:03 PM
The last link you posted, the painted one is amazing. Front page stuff in my opinion.
The comic is a nice style, but there's some things wrong that I'll point out.
Page 1- pretty damn nice
Page 2- you violate the 180 rule, you approach this guy from the back, even showing him from the back, then you flip him around all the way to the reverse side in the last panel, this is backwards from the way it should be, I think.
Page 3-3rd panel down, your main character's eye is too far forward, needs to be moved back considerably to proportionally correct.
also, the background almost gives the approaching figure a halo,
Page 4- not sure what's going on here, is that a cigarette in his hand? Also, last panel, you flipped again, your old man has been facing to the right of the page the entire time and now suddenly he's on the other side.
Page 5- where'd this door come from? Everything looks nice, but your foreground hero guy is darker and blacker than anything in the rest of the pages.
There is some really great stuff here, though, nice job,
12 December 2003, 07:56 AM
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