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  • Another kind of inner Hulk

    This was done a few months back for a job I never saw the payment for, commissioned by some poster here.
    I'm pretty bitter about the whole thing, but pretty happy with drawing.

    I tried to emulate ancient engravings with the inking, hence the hairy lines.

    http://jel.deviantart.com

  • #2
    Great work . The big guys knee's look out of shape , along with the leg muscles right above them . Thats about it for crits really . Super detailed pic , too bad you never got paid for your work ,, i know how that goes too well .

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    • #3
      wow this is nice. well rendered. this guy would've made a badass sagat. only crit is (imo) it looks like his right leg could use some thickness. looks a little thin compared to the rest of him. i like the rendering of the metal too.

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      • #4
        Watermark ugly. Make Hulk's eyes hurt.
        Money can't buy you happiness, but it will pay for the search.

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        • #5
          Agree with Pop about the watermark. Love the hatching on the weight at the end of the giant's chain though, and the delicate line work between the knuckles of the guy's toes.
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          • #6
            Brilliant detail, especially the chain links

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            • #7
              Thanks!

              Dogsoldier: the patella might indeed not really be in the correct perspective, thanks for the kind words!

              Heist: thanks! Regarding the leg, I think that might be an optical illusion due to the overlapping of the foreground figure... or not.

              Popninja: I know, sorry, but since the context surrounding this image is pretty shady, I prefer to take no risk. It's not like I do that regularly (maybe I should though)

              Loston: Thank you! These details were a labor of love I had much fun doing, glad you noticed them!

              Ken Miller: thanks! It was the most "painful' part to draw of the image hehe.
              http://jel.deviantart.com

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