this is very good! I love it! this is pretty much what I would like to be able to do. I've started trying a little bit but i don't have the skills and probably not the right program to be doing it in. If you could give me some beginners pointers, I would very much appreciate it. I have deviated some "Bots." If you'd like to look to see how i've started.
Well, you can never have enough comments so here's one more! This is a *very* nice piece of work. I particularly like the reflections - they're there but somewhat subtle and understated so they don't dominate the picture. It shows great restraint! I'd like to see more like this - if you're taking requests that is
You got a lot of comments on this already, but I love this Sorayama approach! I've been wanting to bark up that tree for a while, but I have other priorities for a while...
The Sir Keystone:
harborer of workoholic fugitives
knight of the Fallen Arches
reciever of the laughter
haunted of the past
terrified of the future
It's nice, being a good clean piece with the sleek smoothness and good design.
but of course there's a but
Of the other ladybugs (of which I am not tired of) I've seen, the had a certain elegance, and grace about them despite their rotund shape of a ladybug. This one seems so clumsy looking and bulky, almost like a mammoth clutz bug. It's so solid and the feet are just, kinda dull, really.
The head, and the back is nice, but it's just that it seems that the legs make the bug. They just turn me off a bit (as apposed to the bug turning me on?) and seem too bulky.
Of course, if you wanted a tank-bug in your army, this is great