One of the options I'm working on for Flying Moose Toys - What option do you prefer?
11 months ago
B. how about a more exagerated wing thing?
Lol, nice one, @Sean :P I agree, the wings need to be more prominent...what if you simply moved them up higher? Like this, or something... http://aspecteleven.com/wips/flying_moose.png
I like option A. However, the bottom of the wing feels under-considered. Maybe you use the tail of the moose as inspiration to curve the bottom of the wing. It feels somewhat detached.
Yeah I liked the idea of tiny wings on a big animal - maybe not?
I prefer B. Simplest.
Well.. I commented and somehow deleted my own comment.. but anyway. I was saying, on this main one, I like the white wing on him but it feels a little low, I like option B, but I would suggest maybe trying making the wing white with a brown stroke.
I like C just because there's more movement implied with the feet. I like @Andrew Terpening's suggestion, too.
The wing seems a little odd (the way it's drawn, the size overall looks ok) I like the playfulness that C brings to it with the legs, maybe there's a way to have all of the legs flying behind him, as if he was in the air?
So fun! I prefer option a. : ) The antlers and wing shapes are so similar I almost just wanna see the wings on his head haha http://cl.ly/3K1h3s3t0r3f2P292Z0w
Something is amoose...err...amiss. ;)
I like option A as well, but I think the wings should be a bit larger, to make them seem a bit more powerful. Visually, they look somewhat weak compared to the rest of the body.
B or C, but would love to see his feet looking like he is in flight rather than walking..... great job.
Too complex for my liking: the tail, the antlers, the legs, its all too much!
Ima go with B with possibly bigger wings. I find the feet look broken on C
Good job tho
I like option A too.
by Skylar Hartman
The wing is the only thing that really seemed disproportionate. Have you thought of doing something a little more simple?
11 months ago
The wings would have to be attached to the moose's spine for them to work.
have you tried a version with him actually flying? i imagine it would look kinda amusing to see the small wings holding up the big animal. just the way he would hang would be amusing.
I like A the best but the wing is in the wrong direction. It would be laying down not up.
"B" simple and to the point.
But, If you want it flying take "C" but have all four legs bending at the knees. Just shorten the ones you have bent now the duplicate the others to bend right under those.
here is what I was thinking. (rough) https://www.box.com/s/f3e27d6b0d2a2847eba0
(like your small wing better, mine was just for placement) :D
There seems to be a lot of people really trying to work out the true physics of a moose flying.
B for sure. The wing placement on A feels really awkward
I agree with @Mike Bruner on this. The straight legs make him feel stagnant. A bend at the knees, maybe with them tilting back, giving the effect of wind pushing them as the moose moves forward through space.
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