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10-31-2005, 12:58 AM
Comments for UIR: <b> Halloween</b>: Trick or Treat by Zac (http://www.comics2film.com/DCG/DispArt.php3?f_id=18986)
:roll: Yes, yes, Zac, you're very talented. Good boy.
Oh, all right. Awesome work. Everyone looks great... particularly Chastity. :drools: Hey, I dig Goth chicks. :lol: Gobby looks well creepy, and I looove the texture on his arm... great stuff. I like the ghostly look for Spectre as well, nice touch.
Nitpicks: Solomon Grundy's face... weird... the bright bits stick out too much in comparison to the rest, IMO. And personally, I think having the Spider-Man movie style plastic lenses on the comic book version of the Green Goblin looks pretty odd.
Now I just want to know why I've never seen this pic before...
10-31-2005, 09:19 AM
Awesome. My only nitpick would be the lenses on Gobby's eyes.
Thanks for the comments, guys :D
As far as Gobby's lenses go, I base the look somewhat on Alex Ross's interpretation of GG, but mostly just out of what makes sense. I figure he's wearing a mask for one, and is going to be flying around on his glider, so he needs all the visability he can get. Aside from having nothing on his eyes at all, I can't see anything else working.
11-01-2005, 07:50 AM
This one is very good!
Thats a creepy bunch of people. Goblin is my favorite, and I have to disagree about the goggles. I think they look good.
Chastity is looking mighty fine. :lol:
My only nitpick... grundy looks a bit blurred compared to the others (especially goblin).
11-01-2005, 02:18 PM
You already know how great I think this is, I already stroked your ego...but I'll say again, really awesome on the lighting, and the blood is esp. impressive. Sadly I can hardly see Bill because my monitor is too dark, but I'm sure you did him justice, or injustice depending on how you look at it... :P
11-01-2005, 04:27 PM
Now this is what I'd call eye candy. The lighting from the lantern looks beautiful lights Chastity so nicely. As critique, Spectre and Grundy don't quite seem to be in the same space lighting-wise, but Spectre is kinda cute, so you're forgiven. :)
As critique, Spectre and Grundy don't quite seem to be in the same space lighting-wise, but Spectre is kinda cute, so you're forgiven. :)
I'm starting to wish I had done better art notes now. I'll do better next time. But anywho, Spectre is supposed to be in another lightsource. I really based him on the Kingdom Come version where he always has this heavenly light coming from above, regardless of his surroundings. I liked that because I think it makes him more ghostly. But yeah, my fault for not explaining that. But I do agree about Grundy looking off. I did him last, and making the light on him was just a lot of trouble and I don't think I quite pulled it off. Thanks for your comments Iina :)
11-03-2005, 05:09 PM
I love the lighting, and understood where you were coming from on the Spectre. If you had lit Grundy completely correct, I'm not sure how much of him we would have actually seen. This is a wonderfully dramatic piece.
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