Work in progress. Printed to see what's good and bad for now, feedback is welcome, company name starts with an "S".
about 1 year ago
Jak to się mówi, kawał solidnego lwa. S eleganckie
I love it!!!
nice one milosz, i kinda feel the head is a bit small in comparison to the rest, and I thnk the S could go lower, closer to the feet
crisp neat lines... like it
I appreciate @Florin's comment, criticism is very rare these days, and very useful alongside with the praise. (a very well deserved praise, nonetheless). I agree with Florin, and I also think that the cut above the legs is a bit awkward, and the two parts seem a bit disconnected. The legs with the tail are one big shape, whereas the hands, head have various cuts. I think you may solve this by cutting the legs, to match the style of the hands.
However, stunning piece, I remember it from Instagram? Cheers bud.
unique lion, love all the shapes! awesome work Milosz!
jedno ale tylko... nie wiem czy to za sprawą perspektywy ale brzuch z nogami ma jakieś dziwne połączenie, podobnie głowa z tułowiem, jakby głowa za wysoko ciutkę a brzuch miał inną krzywiznę, ale koniec marudzenia SUPER JEST :D
Nice one man.
I can't really say what I think about it, because it's distorted and I don't like looking at things that look unnaturaly. At least I rarely look at something from this perspective, I want to see it from the front, so I can see it well. I know you did it to make it look more interesting, but it has opposite effect on some people.
@morecolor @Mik Skuza Dzięki wielkie panowie!
@element media Przyjrzę się uważnie i posprawdzam co by można było tam jeszcze z tym porobić, możesz zobaczyć załącznik do zwykłego widoku, dzięki za krytykę!
@Abdallah Ahizoune @Stuart L Crawford @Muhammad Ali Effendy @saurabhj @Daniel Keller @Ivan Bobrov - Thanks buddies, it's always good to hear ya all!
@Stelian Vasile @Florin Capota Thanks guys, I agree about what you said with the feedback and I'm really glad that you took time and wrote something constructive. I will try to move the S tail lower and see how it looks, I tried to separate the legs before and it didn't look well to me, so I went for the connected ones. Yep you could saw it on Instagram before :)
@Petr Široký There's an attachment with the normal perspective from the beginning of this upload ;)
I always love getting to see a new shot from you Milosz. I love the incorporation of the 'S', it looks natural and just the right amount of subtle - very nicely done. @Stelian and @Florin made some really good suggestions about the actual shape; the only thing I'd add is that to me, the lion feels too much to the left within the shield because the shapes on its left side are heavier than the right. Maybe you could shift it over slightly to the right to compensate?
o widzisz nie widziałem załącznika, rzeczywiście tak jak mi się wydaje, jakieś spójniejsze kszywizny przy nogach z brzuchem i moim zdaniem niżej głowa żeby krawędzie były na jednym poziomie, ale nawet bez tego jest MEGA
nice shapes you got there buddy.
Looks like head in spoon :) but I like it, maybe little small in that shield :)
Looks great Milosz.
trochę mi się ferrari rzuciło na myśl:) podoba mi się wszystko prócz połączenia tułowia z biodrami, nie wiem szczerze mówiąc czemu, tak po prostu nie pasuje.
jaram się :)
Great start, Milosz! I like the abstract aestehtic you're going for here.
I won't repeat what's been suggested, but I think the recommendations made by @Florin Capota @Stelian Vasile and @Claire Coullon are all spot on.
What I will add is this: I love the very flat, one-dimensional look you've achieved with your lion, and I think that the shield should be equally one-dimensional. The double-contoured bottom of the shield suggests a third-dimension, and that is disrupting the balance.
Other than that, I love the subtle S shape in the tail. Great way of working that in!
This looks great Milou. Very nice feedback from the guys + @Claire Coullon above. I think with some refining this could be stunning :)
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