I am Captain America, Victor Hugo Queiroz (3D)


#96

Style, lighting, composition, taste, this shot has it all. Beautiful work!

And - as a caucasian - thank you for giving us a non-white protagonist! Is anyone else sick of caucasian over representation?


#97

Are you serious? This piece speaks of altruism and standing up for what’s right, regardless of means. I think your comments are not “that sharp intellectually”.


#98

I agree, I said this too earlier on. :buttrock:


#99

I simply love it! such a great mood with the lighting and colours … great composition.

Thanks also for sharing all that background information, your work is really impressive :love:


#100

I dig the expressions on all their faces, not to mention the modeling is awesome and the lighting just finishes it all off! Beautiful work!


#101

amazing Look … dear friend.


#102

A truely inspiring piece! Your grass is amazing.


#103

It looks like I got to this one late, but yeah, wonderful piece. The canted angle of the shot does wonders when juxtaposed with the curvature of the horizon in the background; very smart.


#104

Late, but I had to throw my opinion into the hat for this piece.

I’m a huge fan of the unlikely-hero archetype and this definitely portrays that very well. I love the concept, and adore the art style.

This type of stuff always brings back those memories and feelings I used to get watching Saturday morning cartoons, before life made me jaded and bitter as it seems to do to so many of us as we age.

My favorite part of this piece is how the composition uses negative space to really drive it home how much smaller the hero is versus the monstrous bully.

As far as the technical aspects, the textures are incredible and lend themselves very well to the art style. The facial expressions tell a story, and the lighting is spot on. It has that old west, showdown at sundown feel to it or the old classic “meet me in the parking lot after school” routine. Everything from the art style to the composition gets a solid 5 stars from me, great piece.

I’d love to give you constructive criticism, because I’m often that guy in the room that does so for the attention, but honestly I can’t see anything that I can pick out in this image.

As far as any racial undertones or racism that this image supposedly screamed to one unfortunate viewer, I only noticed the child was “African American” as opposed to “a hero” after reading that comment. The last time I checked the color of your skin doesn’t ever dictate whether or not you have what it takes to stand up against the odds in favor of the greater good. When a person sees those racial undertones, I feel it speaks more about the viewer than the artist.

I’m glad that the majority of viewers saw this as intended. I look forward to seeing more of your work.


#105

Wooow. Love your style and concept. And just perfectly realized :thumbsup:


#106

It’s the best I’ve ever saw.


#107

great! :thumbsup:


#108

Imagem perfeita!
A composição, os modelos e o conceito em si estão impecáveis
parabéns cara!


#109

Your Character Designs are very unique I really like the style a lot. The bully’s expression is really awesome as well as the kid pretending to be Captain America. Very strong emotions. I would love to see this animated. Great Job :applause: :slight_smile:


#110

Wow - superb still. Have you got these guys rigged up or did you model them in a fixed pose?


#111

Very nice works. How about making them to animation, I think that will be amazing.


#112

This is absolutely incredible love finding inspiring work!


#113

I second/third/fourth/ad nauseum the motion. This is topnotch stuff.


#114

brave kid.
protect his friends


#115

Nice work on the characters, excellent color choice and the background is fantastic.