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KratosII by JoelGomez KratosII by JoelGomez
Another stab at Kratos... I keep looking at the art of books and I keep trying to capture the feel of the concept art...but in analogue. Concept art always looks very energetic and implied...I'm trying to bring that kind of energy to my work with ink and splatter
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tZuB Mar 13, 2009  Student Traditional Artist
really impressive...:D
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CapnJon Mar 12, 2009  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I'm definitely feeling the energy here!

Nice job Joel!!
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awesome! thanks man!
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CapnJon Mar 13, 2009  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
:highfive: Not a problem!
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"Another stab at Kratos... I keep looking at the art of books and I keep trying to capture the feel of the concept art...but in analogue. Concept art always looks very energetic and implied...I'm trying to bring that kind of energy to my work with ink and splatter "

I have no idea what that means, but I like the picture, if that helps. To improve it I would have a pair of legs jutting out under his foot and a head on the other side spewing guts out in the shape of the word "MOTHER!"
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heh...I was noticing in the God of War art books that there was all this really loose looking kinetic artwork, but it was all done on computer using ps or painter...those things have a way of keeping it safe...there's always an undo button...when doing stuff analog(by hand)the risk /reward factor is much higher...not knocking the use of computers mind you-for how those people work ...and how fast, it makes sense. But in comics... and just as an artist...I find fewer people who can bring that kind of mojo to the table with the traditional mediums.
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Sikeba Mar 11, 2009  Student General Artist
Packed with action, I don't know how but sketchy things catch my eye more than perfect finish things do.

Kuddos. :headbang:
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thanks, man...yea sketchy things are always more fun to look at!
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