I'm working on this new cute character, adding volume to it's hair proves to be the most challenging part so far :) It's just work in progress and I plan to improve some parts (ears, tail, paws).
What do you think, not too scary? :)
about 1 year ago
That's really cool! @Mike | Creative Mints| Creative Mints
I love him! Walks the line perfectly between crazy & cute.
Fluffy and happy —> like.
This bad boy ! :)
You must be living on another planet and having more than 24h a day. :)) Again an absolutely stunning work!
love you works man but this one is not the same quality as usually ;/ The fur is not so detailed and looks kinda flat
hehe not scary at all rather cute creature :),yeah fur wil be sweet when finished also add few notches of shadow under armpits and around stoamch to give it more depth with slughtly darker fur,also when ua dd slight touch of sub surface scattering to the ears its wip and as ussual u gonna rock it :)
In my personal opinion, I think the eyes are way too open and is giving him a scarier/crazier look than a cute one, but I'm not sure if that's what you are going after. The fur could really have a more contrasty shading too. I hope that's helpful :)
I like it, but those teeths are too strong for me. Not 3D more like cartoon. But its still like from outerspace!
Looks good! As far as adding volume, I'd suggest getting a brush that lets you paint multiple, thin hairs at once [like this one] and just going over the shadows and adding lots of subtle detail. You can get away with quick brush strokes on most of it so long as you have the detailed hair where it counts :)
I'd also fix the shading on the nose, right now it looks far too cartoony to match the rest of the scene. The claws and teeth look good, the bamboo and ears are good but look flat without a texture and more defined shading.
Facial expression's are really tricky to do... this one looks slightly more "fearful" than cute. Look at "shy" on this; you want it to be more like "grin" or "innocent", I think. Still, I'm no expert on expressions, and it looks pretty good already
Look forward to seeing the final, good luck!
Looks great so far. That bamboo looks crispy! As mentioned above the tooth should have more depth / 3d'ish touch
Amazing...could you post some video tutorial? Or just record it like a time lapse video so we can see the whole craft :)
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Thanks everyone for your feedback and comments, its really helpful!
@Rafał Urbański As I said before it's a WIP, unfinished work.
@Mike | Creative Mints| Creative Mints OK man, great wip then :)
hehe, hilarious...great work, Mike.
one of your real gifts is in color man. it's always coming off the page at me. good work as always.
I think it's really good actually. Others have made some good points... for me, I think it would be less scary if you didn't see so much of it's gums.
Looking at your sketch, it seems less scary not seeing the gums of his mouth, which I personally like. But adding the gums is what makes it more on the edge I think.
Outstanding!! @Mike | Creative Mints| Creative Mints
wow man.. this is awesome
I think i prefer the "Lilo & stitch" teeth on the drawing, and how the mouth opens more than the teeth can fill it
Awesome!!! Have you tried with whole black eyes?... maybe it can look less scary. Nice one bro
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