Return Of Whatever,lp Cover, G. Dimitriou (2D)

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Old 09 September 2004   #1
Return Of Whatever,lp Cover, G. Dimitriou (2D)



Title: Return Of Whatever,lp Cover
Name: G. Dimitriou
Country: Greece
Software: Painter, Photoshop

hello
this has been the latest commision for the debut album of a Norwegian(?) hm band, front cover of the wrap-around composition
plz critic harshly before i deliver this next week
i know the concept is full of cliche...but i am not the one deciding the comp


i updated the image w the full composition
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Old 10 October 2004   #2
nice work man..
i like your color usage, overall it's looking sweet.. although i think that the monster could use just abit more definition.. maybe just strengthening the shadows abit..
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Old 10 October 2004   #3
i agree with roman but why is the monsters left foot all blurry? its kind of distracting from the rest of the image. but i love the colors.
 
Old 10 October 2004   #4
i'll keep these points in mind,thx...i am just waiting for some more crit and then i'll probably upload the whole pic
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Old 10 October 2004   #5
The creature's left leg and arm need to pop out a bit more colourwise. There's some nice perspective going on there, but it gets lost in the rendering. More definition in your base shapes will help lift the action from the background.
 
Old 10 October 2004   #6
Nice drawing, like the line-work, i would say keep hammering at it seems like it would be more fun to keep drawing this one, just define everything more, i like the drama of the drawing.
P.S. maybe the old man is showing off a little....i would be proud too if i was him, ha ha ha (this p.s.comment is a joke)
 
Old 10 October 2004   #7
Very nice and well executed. I like the storytelling in this peice even if it is fairly straightforward and simplistic.

You have a fairly dynamic design and a great scene with this. I like it lots.

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Old 10 October 2004   #8
A piece of advice

Good work man, but one thing doesnŽt fit for me: when I see the clear line definition and sharpness in the two banners or flags (left side) and the female warrior (Valkiria?)... then I see the viking and the monster and seems a bit out of focus, even when they are the main part of the action. I can suggest you using the same clear definition as the other named elements and the whole picture will become more coherent.

Sorry for my english, I expect you can read well my opinion. Good luck!

P.D.: In about two months, IŽll be doing myself some custom art for a rock band from Argentina, so you will be one of the guys IŽll ask for advice.
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Old 10 October 2004   #9
Arrow

ur works are amzin, especially this one. how do u do it?
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