View Full Version : UIR: Robin: One Year Later by FriarBrie
04-17-2006, 10:56 PM
Comments for UIR: Robin: One Year Later by FriarBrie (http://www.comics2film.com/DCG/DispArt.php3?f_id=20101)
04-17-2006, 10:59 PM
My biggest nitpick on this image o' mine is that I just couldn't get the pouches on the belt to look the way I wanted them to. Besides that, I noticed after posting that the yellow lining of the cape has a few points that don't match completely at the angles.
04-17-2006, 11:06 PM
I can definately see your pouch problem. I'd say make the edge lines SMALLER. That would fix it up for the majoirty.
Other than that, I like the design!
04-18-2006, 01:53 PM
That Robin looks a bit...gay, doesn't he ? Honest... no pun intended.
04-18-2006, 08:23 PM
Yeah, the lines on the pouches are a bit thick. But I was trying to have a "heavy duty" fabric look to it, with raised edges on the seams. Alas, I have much to learn. As for the gayishness . . . well . . . he IS an underwear model now dressed in bright red spandex with supposedly leatherish gloves and outer-underwear, a cape, and a domino mask. No arguments from me on that one.
04-18-2006, 09:38 PM
Fair warning, I'm mean.
The first thing I notice is that you've got a lot of sharp angles where you don't need them, like on the mask and at the edges of the cape. The mask you can get away with, on the grounds that it's an artistic choice, but the cape should flow smoothly. There's also a problem of focus consistency. Some lines are crisp and clear, as on the belt, some lines are blurred and more soft-focus, as on the pouches. Decide what you want your focal point to be and make sure those lines are nice and clear, let everything else blend just a little.
04-18-2006, 11:26 PM
Fair warning, I'm mean.
Hardly mean at all! I asked for feedback so I'll take it. I'm just glad that people are actually treating my submission like it's worth evaluating. It's kind of like when you learn a foreign language - people smile at you and nod when you are really bad, but correct you when you only make small mistakes.
As for the cape, I actually intended it to be straighter lines because I feel it should be a heavier fabric, and because he's a Bat-character, it could possibly have some framework in it. But like I said, I'm just playing around with photoshop. When I get some time, I'll make some adjustments and maybe resubmit.
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