Ghost, Tommaso Renieri (2D)

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Old 03 March 2013   #1
Ghost, Tommaso Renieri (2D)



Title: Ghost
Name: Tommaso Renieri
Country: Italy
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The ghost of a warrior who defends his master, from the world of darkness. Done in Clip Studio Paint, 8-9 hours.
Please tell me if you like
Tommaso Renieri
 
Old 03 March 2013   #2
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Interesting idea. I like the inclusions of elements and styles from South Eastern Asian cultures (like the drum rings around the woman), and it's interesting to see it paired with a modern, sci-fi style. It's pretty cool to see the stomach turned into a creepy mouth, eating what could possibly be a soul or something. Your giant goldfish is really cool looking, although the translucency of the fins and tail could use more work (like a thin sheen so that it doesn't look so transparent). Very strong composition and I like your unique style of anatomy for the woman's body (with the thick shoulders and hips and thin torso and arms). Overall, it turned out really well. Keep it up. Great job.
 
Old 03 March 2013   #3
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Originally Posted by linainverse23
Interesting idea. I like the inclusions of elements and styles from South Eastern Asian cultures (like the drum rings around the woman), and it's interesting to see it paired with a modern, sci-fi style. It's pretty cool to see the stomach turned into a creepy mouth, eating what could possibly be a soul or something. Your giant goldfish is really cool looking, although the translucency of the fins and tail could use more work (like a thin sheen so that it doesn't look so transparent). Very strong composition and I like your unique style of anatomy for the woman's body (with the thick shoulders and hips and thin torso and arms). Overall, it turned out really well. Keep it up. Great job.


Thanks a lot!
 
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