If it's any consolation, you did a nice job. The lines are very nice and clean, colors vibrant; all in all excellent work. But a dark background would really suit this, and by 'background' I mean anything from just black instead of white to a dark laboratory. The white just... takes away from the environment.
My only suggestion to keeping sketchy lines would be to just make your pencil strokes thicker, IE go over them multiple time. I myself don't like inking either, so to avoid little JPG Halo-esque squidgles, I just make thicker lines.
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•02/26/2003 10:13 PM (UTC) •
I do agree that you should ad a more "labratory" background. Or else it looks like a stance for robopotty. But other than the stance (which I think can be corrected by a proper background) Really great. And you have recieved the highest rating yet from me.
Thanks, I would have added a background but my heart wasn't in this one. I gave up after coloring it. I wanted to have the background covered with lots of computers cables and body parts in glass tubes, but I just got tired of working on it. I think I might redo this one at a different angle and with a background some other time. But I'm working on a kitana pic right now...it's a little naughty, but can't wait.
I like your art, but I can see that you kind of slapped it together. A lot of the lines that should be straight, are curved, or wobbly. You should have used a ruler, or some kind of template. Also I think that you need to work on perspective. I know it is hard, I have a tough time with it too. But I use reference, and then the problem is gone, because I'm not guessing.
It is a nice drawing, but a bit too sloppy. But keep them comming.