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I like the letters mason but that piece lacks flow. That S cow is too out pf place too lol.
thsi is fire. the beveled parts are on point. and your i looks like a crazy robot type thing. you should do a burner of just that mechanical looking style with the whips to make a body or something.
yeah idk the s,o,n is wack ill prolly just redo it. good looks on the crits
ooooo the kidd is back stuck in the crib for the next two months working on music ...back on my blackbook grind on downtime....shouts to tesk i i have an excahnge i have to color i started months ago....the last thing i saw in this thread by u left people in here in the dust applaud the man.....besides the rest are ahhhhhhhh so so .....lol
Starting a new book, trying to up my game on this one and going to attempt a few two pagers.
Any advice or crits from the experts would be appreciated... also when doing shit like this, if you make the characters the same colour as the piece does that just blend them together and make no focal point?
Personally, I'd try to keep the letters in the centre, seeing as they're supposed to be the focus of the pages.
Your shading is immaculate as usual.
Maybe try integrating the character with the piece...
Swing an axe to split a soloist into a 30 member rap group
I've gotten to the point that I really doodle out roughs of my pieces and all the major elements
first and work off that. I've always had trouble spatially laying things out so they make sense.
I have to really see it in my mind before I can start doing two-pagers with backgrounds.
In the future, just have a plan. Make it a plan that works for you and stick by it but with some
flexibility. Get it as specific as you need. And never neglect working off source art. It's truly
As to that piece, I'd just run the 3D at an angle to the bottom left. Then put lots of detail in
the 3D. Get loose and hazy with the halo and then put lots of skulls in the background
with darker coloring and you're gold. That'd be dope. Just my opinion.
There's no cure for asshole.