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Date Taken
May 2, 2014, 2:32:02 PM
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Steampunk by Yuuza Steampunk by Yuuza
a drawing i made some time ago just didn't have the time to submit it
in case you're wondering, it is a guy. yup.
the paper is white, the notebook is with white paper, the rest is effects i did in Photoshop to not let this drawing look so dull ^^
yes, i am making a tutorial but you'll have to be patient about it ^^
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This is my first critique so I hope it's helpful! First off great line work you managed to get that spot on. Your composition is also working well, but I found that the darker color in the vest/jacket does draw you eye because it is a lot heavier than the rest of your drawing.

But it is minor thing as you have positioned the eye well and it is working well as a focal point. I would have also moved the clock hand on the right(characters left) to twelve o'clock that way it leads you into the composition instead of pointing out of it.

Another good point is the lighter green, bottom of the clock frame and the character together create a strong triangle composition which is also good, with regards to leading the viewers eye around the image, to the focal point, his face. It also helps create a sense of power for the character.

Other than that I think it's a great piece and a really well rendered piece!
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You've done a great job with the definition. Strong lines and alternation of thin the thick black lines as the outline give the image a clear definition. The cross-hatching and the highlighting of the folded cloth to show valleys and ridges in the fabric was very well done. The gleam of the sword and the metal armor provide a nice sense of 3-D in the knight. However, this isn't the same for the clock behind him. Although the gleam of the glass surface is realistic and adds to the picture's impact, and the definition of the clock itself is praise-worthy—especially the deliberate way the Roman numerals are placed—the pillars behind the clock are oddly flat. The drawing style makes it easy to see that the clock is in front of the pillars, but, especially on the left, despite the base showing sighs of roundness the actual pillar has little or no definition of shape.

However, this does not detract from the quality of the picture. The image is striking, and the title appropriate. Good job, and keep up the wonderful work.
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98inalu-X Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Yuuza, I'm your newest fan. > <Loved this drawing.
KingdomHeartsEWY Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2014
Awesome :D
Pereyga Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
The result looks really good. I like the shining effects.
BillyNikoll Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
cerealnovels Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2014
Very cool. Love the detail!
mariesilva Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
wow :D
HanOneSail Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Saw this on tumblr or elsewhere before, didn't know who it was by until got a favorite from you.
Thanks and I really enjoy your art, there is a nice warm and smooth feeling to each drawing.
ETHorrorGamer Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Very nice I like it
Madhur-Goyal Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
very nice
Kitan777 Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2014
Beautiful <3
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