feral bunny

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feral bunny last won the day on September 6 2012

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  1. Keep working at your greys and lines. For number one, this is alright. You might want to simplify your designs at the beginning. Choose pieces that focus on lines and just figure that out first.
  2. Pigskin so nasty. keep at it!
  3. Chill. It's fine. Go back in a couple of months if it still looks bad to you.
  4. Cheers, stranger! You work looks amazeballs.
  5. Hey everyone! I know that I've been really sparse lately. Work has been insane, and I've been putting a lot of time into a couple of musical projects. I promise to come back soon! This weekend I'll be at a gathering of a bunch of friends, and while there I'll be hosting The Family Feud. It should be a pretty hilarious time with this crew and a lot of people are looking forward to it. But before I can do that, I need to collect some answers to a few questions. There are no wrong answers, and everything is totally anonymous. If you could take a couple of minutes and fill out this form on google docs, that would be awesome! Thanks!!
  6. Hells yes BoldCrow!!! This is amazing.
  7. Just keep playing with the markers. They are a unique medium that takes a little getting used to. If you use them in your sketchbook, make sure to slip-sheet the pages or else the ink will bleed through to the paper below. Work on getting color and tone transitions. Use layers of color to help build depth. In the past, I used pencils for shading, and then went over it with the markers for color. It looked pretty good, but the markers got dirty from the graphite lead so I stopped doing it that way.
  8. I forget who said it, but I agree with it... "Never hard-line a skin rip."
  9. The teeth bug me. They are too uniform in their zig-zag pattern. You may want to play with scale on the wings and see how they look 2x the size they are now... and behind the head some more to work on depth. I like what you did with the lettering & flame overlap.
  10. Even for #10, it's looking pretty good.
  11. Looks great!! Maybe toss a light pass of some ruddy tint to bring back that awesome sepia tone of the original.
  12. Heyyy.... happy ending. Usually you have to pay extra for those.
  13. Yeah, it's seriously good enough for the comp! Don't get too hung up on the subject and use it for inspiration to just make art.