Hummmm A realy nice presentation for this magestic comic and surely inside a good story to learnt about this Great coloring and attention to the detail .But we have to thin k what they said so different for each person lol MICKEYRONY
JNnuciferaFeatured By OwnerMar 26, 2013Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Colors: Great technique in using the limited colors is a graphic art style. The shadows are in the just the right place and shape to get the textures you wanted. Also, the lots of repetition of colors helps with keeping it very cohesive, and that’s also cost effective for printing. Composition: The structure of the composition works perfectly for the way you direct the readers: the first panel is the largest, hooking the reader in; each subsequent panel has slightly less and less visual weight (2nd one is the next biggest, 3rd one is brighter than the 4th). The only problem I have is in the “pacing” - you kinda get trapped in the second panel because the movement draws your eyes upwards, back into the first panel. You kinda have to detach yourself a little to make the jump over to the third panel on the right. If the trees were tilted slightly right a bit more (especially to the right of the face), it might be a bit easier. Integration of text: You made the title fit with the composition well, making it seem like it should be there, and not just plopped there for the sake of a title. That’s a really difficult thing to get past that trips up a lot of artists, yet your execution seems so effortless.
"The wendigo is a creature appearing in the legends of the Algonquian peoples. It is thought of variously as a malevolent cannibalistic spirit that could possess humans or a monster that humans could physically transform into."
So it is a North American cannibalistic creature~ Hope that helps~
mmm there is the second one in my gallery [link] For the others, we finish the project in the summer. I think after the italian print we can put the story free on the net. But i'm not shure! Whatch me if you want and you can see the finish work