All 13 art Reviews

The Woodland King The Woodland King

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is awesome!

Loving the soft tones and colours. The overall design is great, too. I can already tell the photo does this no justice. Perhaps you could brighten this in photoshop and tweak the colours a bit?

You're a great artist, keep up the good work.

Azurenex responds:

I suppose I could, but id rather it was a little worse than the original, than better because of tweaking... i suppose im a silly old fashioned git. haha

Ryu is Hawt Ryu is Hawt

Rated 5 / 5 stars


Oh man, I've been bested by the mighty Tom Fulp! Good job on kicking me out of the number one spot.

Starry Night Starry Night

Rated 5 / 5 stars


A very beautiful scene indeed! I especially like the rolling hills.

All of your art is very well done and your ability to create such grand and majestic imagery is stunning.

The two more prominent shooting stars in the piece throw me off a bit, though. Maybe it's because the larger of the shooting stars is making an obvious tangent with the clouds. Or maybe it's because the whole image seems to lead the eye from left to right with the exception of those two stars that tend to lead the eye from right to left.

It also struck me as odd that the stars in the far distance are the most saturated elements in the piece while most of everything else is almost completely desaturated. It seems to me that the cat is meant to stand out from the background, but without that extra colour, it's almost being overpowered by those stars.

But anyways, take that with a grain of salt. You seem to be the more experienced artist of the two of us. =)

Keep up the good work!

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Prison Planet Prison Planet

Rated 5 / 5 stars


That is really cool! (pun definitely intended)

I really like the designs of the robots and the strong sense of mood in this piece. I quite enjoy your style.

If you kind of fade out the robot in the back, it'll give the whole piece a lot more depth and intensify the feeling of the snow storm. Also, it strikes me as odd that there are no footprints in the snow.

Giving you a 10 anyways because I don't want to be the one to ruin your perfect 10/10 review rating. =)

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Munster Monch Munster Monch

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Cool design, he looks like quite the hungry fellow. The painting itself is well done, as is all your work.

I think a little more time spent on the the monster's flesh would have really paid off, though. Right now, the flesh doesn't look different enough from the ground to really feel like flesh.

Also, the greenish texture at the top of the painting makes the monster looks like he's standing against a wall. If you get rid of that and maybe subtly indicate some environment in the background instead, it'll give the piece a lot more depth.

data777 responds:

i think you right

i spend my night for that new version :

jack in trouble jack in trouble

Rated 5 / 5 stars


The detail in this is just mind blowing. It reminds me of what I feel like when my imagination runs free.

The monsters and characters in the back are all very appealing, despite being rather nightmarish. I think you did a great job with the perspective on the main figure, as well as making him stand out from the background.

Overall this piece is very intriguing and I found myself staring at it for quite some time.

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lunq the planet peeler lunq the planet peeler

Rated 5 / 5 stars


Wow, this is such a great design. You've got a great imagination and sense of humour.

What I love most about this design (and many of your others) is that it's very unique. You've taken the concept of weapons with floaty bits and given it a fresh twist.

Good art should be refreshing to look at, and this piece definitely is. Keep up the great work!

Oh, and as for a bad guy that rivals Lunq, I couldn't help but imagine a gigantic, muscular monster wielding a cosmic brand the size of a butter knife. :þ

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jouste responds:

hey alvin! another fellow canadian! hooray!

haha great ideas for his opponent, i many need to visit that one. thanks so much for the high score pal. your stuff is mighty fine. keep in touch alright? us canucks gotta stick together ;D


Shoulders Of Giants Shoulders Of Giants

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Easily my favourite piece from you.

I love the the way the colours blend together, and the whole piece has a very appealing feel to it. You've successfully created a world into which the viewer is invited to explore deeper.

Currently, the way you've rendered the robot causes it to look a little fake. Putting time into creating a more authentic metal texture would do a lot to further sell the piece. It would also create a dynamic contrast between the girls soft skin and the robot's metal exterior.

Regardless, it is a wonderful piece. Keep up the good work.

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Ladies on the Beach Ladies on the Beach

Rated 4 / 5 stars


Hello fellow Canadian!

Tropical scenes are always nice, and I think you did a good job capturing the feel of being on a beach on a warm summer's day.

Don't always think you have to draw over-sized breasts to win over your audience. As artists, we have an uncanny ability to affect style and culture and it would be a shame for us not to highlight the many other things that make women beautiful in our art.

I'm a perfectly straight guy, and I can honestly say that women can be pretty without being half naked and overly endowed. Through our art, we can show people that.

Anyways, keep up the good work, Sabrina!

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Sabtastic responds:

I totally agree.
This isn't all I draw, however.. :P
Newgrounds is where I end up posting all of my 'scantily claid' or 'busty' women drawings, because that's just where it happens to get the most attention and feedback. DeviantART is where I post just about everything else. ^^

lonely little treasure chest lonely little treasure chest

Rated 4 / 5 stars


The minimalistic approach is well executed in this one, and I think you were successful in creating a convincing mood.

The mood could probably be greater emphasized with some minor details. For example, a slight indication of a sandy ocean floor and perhaps faint indications of a shipwreck looming in the background would instantly create a compelling story to go with your painting.

Another example of conveying a story using minimal details would be to change the plain floor into, say, a tiled bathroom floor; the painting would convey a completely different story and invite the viewer to imagine how such a strange situation came to be.

Those are just some examples of how the addition of small details can totally change the painting. As it is, the painting is great, but it misses out on an opportunity to really provoke the viewer's imagination.

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tyokio responds:

Thanks for the really great comment, its certainly made me think about how I should approach future paintings. I was having some thoughts about the shipwreck idea but I felt I should just keep it simple, perhaps I could add it in some time to see how it looks.