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  • Andrew Max Rodriguez
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    Dig the style and colors. Although I never like to leave any background white such as in the 1st colored image.

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  • mdx234
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    Thanks. I really appreciate the feedback. My original style was pretty muted so working with these brighter colors is throwing me off a little. Feedback like this is greatly appreciated.

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  • underwearhero
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    For the first one, I'd make the colors more bright and saturated and remove the shadows on the sonic and tails or at least decrease them. I see these heavy shadow on figures in the final picture too. Maybe it's just my personal taste but they seem unnecessary to me. Also the figure don't 'pop' as much as they could. other than that it's looking good to me.

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  • mdx234
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    Colored Children Comic Samples

    I've been tinkering with atmospheric perspective lately. Also, since I tend to work within children's media I've been experimenting with the brightness of the color scheme. Below are three examples of this. Any comments would be appreciated.Gallagher, Michael, Scott Shaw!, and David Manak. Sonic Legacy. Mamaroneck, NY: Archie Comics, 2011. 32. Print.

    Sonic the Hedgehog © SegaBates, Ben. "Sonic the Hedgehog #218." Bbatescom RSS. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Nov. 2012. http://bbates.com/wordpress/2011/04/...-hedgehog-218/.

    Sonic the Hedgehog © Sega


    Piece Penciled by Ben BatesBates, Ben. "Sonic the Hedgehog #218." Bbatescom RSS. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Nov. 2012. http://bbates.com/wordpress/2011/04/...-hedgehog-218/.

    Sonic the Hedgehog © Sega


    Piece Penciled by Ben Bates

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