Definitely a work in progress. Appreciate feedback.
EDIT: When in doubt, add flames.
over 1 year ago
DUDE. This is awesome.
The only thing is that it took me a second to realize it was a rooster as opposed to just a bird on fire.
Not really sure how to resolve that though…
This is excellent man.
I just woke up to this.
Saw the rooster right away. Superb work.
Awesome work Jake.
I got rooster right off the bat. I'm not saying I'm smarter than Evan...
Alright, I get it. I'm dumb. Thanks, guys.
That said, it's stunning! I would maybe widen the bottom of the neck area a bit though to balance out the form. Awesome work man.
Oh man! I woke up to it too! Great start to the day. What is this for?
I'd play with the chest area. Make it a little bigger or even skinnier. I saw it was a rooster, but Evan's comment is a bit true. Almost looks pigeonish. I drew some lines here: http://d.pr/GY7e
The first may be too detailed for how simple this mark is, which is what makes it awesome.
It's awesome ._____.
Great work so far. I'd tweek the neck area, bending /curving it to the right, giving a sense of motion. I think this will make it a bit more kinetic, accenting the chaos of the flame. Just some thoughts. Keep it up!
Wow. Thanks guys. I appreciate the feedback.
@Blake and @Trevor
Thanks for the input. I felt like the chest are was lacking. Love those ideas Blake. I'm just going to present those as the finals to the client.
It's like a phoenix but a rooster phoenix instead.
Yeah, I think Blake had the right idea emphasizing the wattle a bit more in his version on the left. Since the flames visually work as two different objects, I think you've got to play up the other unique characteristics of a rooster.
Agree with Evan and Blake about bulking up the chest/wattle. I actually really like Blake's right drawing. Really excited to see where this goes.
Makes me want to break vegetarianism.
That's one hot cock.
... Sorry, had to.
totally a rooster...
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