Looks like Doctor Ocular has grown her hair out. She's looking good!
but does she look like a she now?
Very nice piece Rick. Good Creeple IP reinforcement
Love it! Looks very representative of the world. Does she look like a she? I'd say yes, tho' her feminine nature is understated by design (i.e. her character), no? And love the relationship between her and the bugosaurus taxi--really feels like they're communicating. I think that must be down to bug's exprss'n, head position. Love that.And the colors look great--the linework-to-color-field-to-painterliness ratio looks perfect.My only comment might be to try and "pop" Dr. Ocular a little more? Maybe a rim light, or just more contrast or bigger patch of pale skin to contrast with dark line work? At a glance she gets a little lost in the comp. Whereas the bug reads insanely well.I know what you mean about the cropping, but it's not very distracting. Maybe play with dropping that group of legs into a lower value--kinda more silhouetted, then fade them alittle more into the background? But it doesn't seem like a biggie.Very cool! I better get crackin' on mine if I'm gonna keep up with this level o' quality! My only
...tho' that's tough on the legs because you did such a good job painting them, esp'ly with that lantern light source. I'd leave 'em, but maybe xperiment with yr framing? Try image without the gap between edge o frame and legs on other side?Also, I think the Doc drops out just a little because she's a similar color/value to the strip of clouds in the sky, which she also lines up with? Again, this is just a fractional comment--the image looks terrific!Mr. Bug goes to town! I can practically hear the cabbie talkin'.
That's all useful feedback. I'm going to play with it a bit more tonight and then ship it for the deadline tomorrow.
She definitely looks like a she.
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