Just drew a picture and thought it was neat.
One of my first using my new arm.
Critique my style.
11 years ago
Wikipedia is not always the best.
11 years ago
It's better than nothing. And please use the REPLY button so that your comments are associated with the thread to which they pertain.
. "kelseyize": an eponym derived from "Dr." Mike Kelsey. To enthrall a crowd by patiently attempting to explain something to one who obviously don't want to know.
That is so full of win.
Okay...so which of you is going to write the Wikipedia entry? ;->
. Someone with a name like FaqMan sounds perfect for the job.
Yes, in an ironical sort of way ;-)
Yes it is ironic that my name is faqman and that I do not know much facts. Truthfully I do know allot of facts but I see no purpose on using them among friends(supposent) on here. I will try harder though to apply this and to make sure that I will not make huge mistakes anymore.
Also Nacho I would write it but I do not have a wiki account at this time.
. We're just kidding around. We all pick the wrong word occasionally or make a typo (eg, my "kelesyize" post - big grammar error). Relax, have a good time, and learn to laugh at yourself.
Your right i'll try to relax more.
. Thank you. In spite of the grammar error, I'm quite proud of it. :)
. And the quotes around Dr. should have been deleted - he really is a doctor. Sorry about that, Dr. Mike.
I use reply on many topics and all but i figure it be more interesting to not reply on this but I guess i will stop.
Nice chiaroscuro work.
New arm? Is question too personal?
Yeah, It got snapped in half a while back. The muscles feel a little different.
Ow! Just broken (if badly), then. The phrase made it sound like you got an updated prosthetic.
In any event, good technique, and excellent perspective effects...
Yeah, it does feel like a different arm though. Thanks for letting me know what I did well its very helpful. I also accept criticism.
The only criticism I would give is with the figure / person (if faced away from the tree), his right arm may be a wee bit long (it appears to me that he could reach his ankles without stooping over :-) Otherwise, very well done :-)
>_< Owie. I'm sorry to hear that, 8bit.
What did you ask it to remember?
What i mean by this is that the picture caputres the eye of the person.
"mesmerizing": an eponym derived from "Dr." Franz Anton Mesmer. Look him up on Wikipedia.
Do you have it in mind?