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Very nice! You're shading looks great! 

 

Is this drawn in Photoshop with a pencil imitation brush?

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This is just wonderful, I love it :)
The shading is great. Even though it looks like drawn on a paper, is it right to assume it's a digital drawing?
The style reminds me of the movies, with that muscle-ish texture under the armor.
I also like the wires behind the head.


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Lovely.

 

Thank you. :)

 

Very nice! You're shading looks great! 

 

Is this drawn in Photoshop with a pencil imitation brush?

 

Thanks! ^^ It was drawn in Gimp 2.8 using one of the "chalk"-brushes.

 

This is just wonderful, I love it :)

The shading is great. Even though it looks like drawn on a paper, is it right to assume it's a digital drawing?

The style reminds me of the movies, with that muscle-ish texture under the armor.

I also like the wires behind the head.

 

Thanks, glad to hear that!

Yep, digital drawing. I did take some inspiration from the movie looks, I guess I am doing it subconsciously by now, because I've seen those movies so many times... xD

 

Looks fantastic, especially in its reminiscence of her movie depiction. Just one question; what are the strands behind her (rather thin) neck are supposed to be?

 

Thank you. c:

Wires, I guess. The neck is sort of thin because I figured that part-robotic beings would not necessarily need human-sized necks, and the wires were added mostly to keep the silhouette somewhat intact. ^^

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I think you succeeded well in the unique style twist. Much more robotic--definitely a more sci-fi appeal than either humanized or normal Bionicle depictions. Very good work. And I appreciate your solid understanding of shading, shadowing. I would say to risk doing more contrast, but I do like the faded appearance.

 

Glad to see you still drawing. We should catch up sometime. (:

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