How this goes: You post a work of yours, finished or WIP, and then others give you critiques on your work. I do not mind if you post non-HM pictures or piece of writing. Just make sure that you only post pictures that are your own design and not any that are copyrighted or based off of copyrighted characters.
Also, if you post a work, it is highly recommended that you also give someone else a critique.
Even this is called Open Critique Day, I allow (even welcome!) for you guys to post and discuss on this for the weekend until 11:59 pm Sunday.
3rd member of the Special Forces and an expert hacker(with his robot Tiny).
@Lef Clever use of items, but I have to say, the sneakers look very out of place compared to the rest of his apparel. Everything looks high-tech except for those.
As for myself: http://i891.photobucket.com/albums/ac111/Kicktar/HM/Scales_zps8uxeagt7.png
Made this for a DnD game that’s starting tomorrow. Any skin that was showing he wraps in cloth, so those hands were the best I could come up with. As it is, they aren’t great, so that’s my main interest; making the hands look more properly wrapped.
@Kicktar Dont know how to help since whenever I wrap something up I use belts as seen on many of my characters, but that takes a lot of time as putting things one by one is hard but in my opinion it looks better and more original than using the standard ones HM has. To me the face is a little too plain and the arm-thingies have dots on them which the rest of the shirt doesnt have which bothers me a bit.
@Kicktar: Since it’s hands, you’ve pretty much gotta mask wrappings to insignia that fit the hands–lots of small work.
First we have Max Steethem. He is a little bit of a nerd, a little shy, sort of funny and just your average college kid.
Second we have Sr. Heimeri The Beast who is Max Steethem in Overlord’s Conquest (a computer video game). Sr. Heimeri The Beast is strong, fearless, courageous and practically the opposite of max Steethem.
Mason? Maybe a background? Computer-game backgrounds might be easy enough to add . . .
Herr D, right? I know what you mean with adding a background to it but the guy is a few months old and when I made him I wasn’t thinking of adding a background.
Inspired by Ken Kesey’s writing:
@Ken Weaver: This OCD is closed. You may want to try tomorrow when OCD #28 comes up.