I like it mike. The only thing I would say is flip it around so it's facing right. Either way, really cool work!
3 months ago
I like the lines you used to for his shaggy hair. Nice work!
yeah ... this one is pretty cool work ... !
I've been waiting for this day uncle and it is finally here! I've got a few suggestions on how to retouch it a bit... muuuahhhahhaaaaaa... ;)
a) the most important visual part of the goat(s) are the horns, so to keep the balance throughout the entire piece I think that horns should have the same line weight and not be finishing thinner, so actually try to do it the same way as you did with the beard, just in a curved manner, of course
b) even though the set of lines in the leg area does make sense, as @Micah Thompson suggested, they are totally distracting in my opinion and do not fit in this image at all, so this area should either get revisited or it could have some other elements included, like clouds, sun, snowflakes, or sumtn (if it fits the message)
c) there's also no need to have the shadow on the biggest mountain (or call it a highlight) on the angle, it can go straight vertical and follow the rest of the mountain form (in the same area, the smaller white triangle should not cut it through - or touch the white space - it should leave some of the 'meat' as you have it on the left parts)
Let me know what do you think about these small remarks :)
You are an animal Mike, in a good way!
by Mike Bruner
cleaned it up a bit, I think.
Thanks for the insight.
3 months ago
@Sam DeMastrie flipped. THX
@Micah Thompson still looking at the lines for the shaggy hair, but am trying without on this one. think it still works nicely.
@TAS THX, Bernd really appreciate the comment.
@Alen Type08 Pavlovic Thanks bud, made me re-look at it. couldn't get the straight thick line to work on the horn, IMO, made it look too thick. Didn't have that mountain goat horn look enough for me. Changed out the mountain shape he's standing on. Think it works.
@Rudy Hurtado Global Branding thank, bud.
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