This looks good. The reason this method can often fail is that people don't really know the true values of the colors they want to use and then the work comes out looking weird. Scott Robertson's book and You tube channel are great resources for information on working this way. I also own a video series from Matt Khor's page that goes into great detail on this work flow. I also recommend it.
I don't knwo the name or age of this kid but here's the last monster I'll be doing for my project this month.
Taller than anything. Mostly purple with every other color, no clothes, scary face, three big black eyes.
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@jimsz if you can get past the well intended references to how many years constitutes olde, this episode was one of my favorites and most helpful.
Age and “older” is a matter of perspective for sure. With each passing year, Mekong old requires an even higher number-those horizon gets pushed out.
I’ve gotten such good feedback here and so many ideas I’ll respnd to later but just wanted to say I didn’t think any of the comments on the podcast about how many years old any of us take this on we’re meant as anything but supportive.
THE FIST is about a guy who punches stuff real good. His wife is a spaceship. They’re on the run from the EVIL Space Army, but stop along the way to fight for money.
It’s a big, action-packed, weird, silly, four-color, fun, dumb, love-letter to all the comics, cartoons and video games that formed my brain as a kid.
It’s a book I've been working on and off between projects for four years. I "write", illustrate, color, and publish it all on my own. I say "write" because it's more of a freeform kind of thing. I use a loose outline, but make up a chunk of it as I go.
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I like your illustration! The seeds blowing through the air is a great image, I like how the girl's hair shows the same motion. I also like the bunnies watching her. Your illustration shows depth by progressively lightening and softening the colors. I think that was done really well.
I agree with previous comments about the tree gap on the far right.
I also think that the leaves on the closest tree need to have some darker shades like the trunk and grass below it.
Lastly the first hill ends right at the fence post, and I think it should extend a little beyond the post. Only because it seems strange on inspection.