Ok, I need some opinions.
1 - original
2 - bigger eyes, more contrast in 1px highlights
3 - v2 but with the squinty eyes cause I look more badass
4 - v2 con fedora!
I personally like v3 the best.
over 3 years ago
I like #4 the best - but I'm biased towards the fedora. :D
These are looking great man. Keep up the good work.
I'm with you on v3. v4 is impressive as the fedora rocks, but I'd stick with v3.
I'm going to make your life harder by saying I like #2, although the Fedora is pretty sweet.
However, with v4 the highlight on the hair under the fedora wouldn't be as bright as on v2 and v3.
v3 with appearances from v4 on special occasions ;)
I'm with Eric on v3 and break out the fedora for high days and holidays.
Wow, so much rocking input.
@Kyle, it's comical that you'd notice that - but it shows your talent.
Screw @Brad, I'm going with v3, storing the fedora for rainy days. ;)
Thanks guys! More input is very welcome.
V3.. I do like the hat though
I think he looks a little cross-eyed, but then again... Yep, about right. :P
I'll second Eric's opinion though.
Screw you, Sean.
Sorry Chandler, I was gonna agree w/ Sean. Not that you are cross-eyed, but that the image makes you look that way. BTW, glad I was there for the birth of this idea. And I want to be the first alpha tester :)
For the love of christ, this image won't load for me. I really want to see it!
Gangs of New York, I think you could add a touch of shading on the peachy face to give it some depth.
Chris, I have some but I think you're right, it's not enough. Josh & Sean, I still don't see the cross-eyed-ness. I didn't want to add in any white for the eye because, at that angle, the bridge of the nose would be blocking it.... disagree?
by Chandler Van De Water
Here's version 5 with a zoomed in version so you guys can compare.
I feel like I want to start making video games; I'm enjoying this too much.
Side-scrollers, for sure.
over 3 years ago
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