This was one of the most time consuming pages I've drawn in my life! From the perspective, to working out the poses and composition of all the characters...It was a doozy.
you are totally amazing...
Amazing! You MORE than succeeded on this one.
looks freaking good. keep the good work dude
Epic page , nice work
man this is beyond epic. i love seeing a mega action shot like this pulled off so well.
Thanks man!! It was a real pain to draw...I've never drawn so many characters on a page with all of them fighting. This would have been WAY easier had I been working digitally, because of all the layers.
It worked out great. Nice Job!
SO FUCKING AWESOME!
Brilliant sense of perspective and with the image at full zoom, I completely get the sense of looking upwards. I can pretty much guess the amount of mental work that went into this!
Great page. I love the perspective... and how it sort of creates two worlds, with the people on the ground and the ones flying around.
Thank you! Looking at it now there are some things I would have liked to have done differently, but with all those elements it was a real challenging page to draw.
Thank you Glad you like!
This word gets overused but here I think it applies...
OH MY GOD!!!
Awesome. I would have panicked at the perspective and lost my shit. It seems like every time I try to figure out how someone came up with the perspective on a drawing I just don't get it :\
Thanks! As for perspective, yeah, it can be complicated! Its all a matter of a few major rules that once you learn will really help.
Lol I have learned the major rules but as soon as I have to deal with perspective I forget them and I don't know where to begin. I feel like a lot of art I see deals with some weird hybrids of 1,2, and 3 point perspective.
Yeah...Well, you have to take into account that there are an infinite number of perspective points in real life...Any time an object is turned at a different angle from the rest of the background it has to have its own perspective points. It can get complicated...One of the most important aspects is making sure that the points are the correct distance apart. It doesn't have to be exact, but if they are too close together or too far apart things will look funky.
soooooooo much perspective!
the perspective on this is staggering. perfectly executed.
Yeah, had to throw that in there I used to listen to it all the time while I was drawing, back before they retired Have you been going through any of the old episodes? There are some really good ones...
yah man. Went through a bunch (Michael Heiser and Peter Goodgame are my favs) and now Im going through all of them from the beginning (on itunes). I know they have older ones from before the reformatted.
Sweet man! Yeah, I was really sad when it ended...Dr. Future is writing a book, which is the main reason they stopped I think. Hopefully they'll start up again when he's done! You should also check out "Wise as Serpents" and "Salvation Revelation", both podcasts by Frank Lordi, the guy that started the Revelations Radio Network. He's awesome, and his podcasts are some of my favorites ever. Check out Wise as Serpents stuff archived here: [link] and Salvation Revelation here: [link]
AWESOME!!! I just listen to a new Tom Horn/Steve Quayle teamup last night. I always laugh so hard at Steve Quayle. He always hits a point where he starts talking about the most insane stuff you'll ever hear, but at the same time it sounds like it could be true. Good entertainment. Ive also been listening to Canary Cry Radio which is pretty awesome as well!! AND have you seen those awesome Chris Pinto documentaries on America's Occult Heritage? Crazy good stuff!
Yeah man! I love those Chris Pinto videos...I've watched them each multiple times...Lots of info packed in. Canary Cry is probably my new fave on RRN...I like their format and they do a good job. I agree about Steve Quayle...He's a little too sensationalistic and talks about hearing thing from "anonymous sources" a little too often for me to view him as credible. I'm open to believe some pretty crazy things, but I need more solid evidence than he gives. Anyway, glad you're enjoying! Have you watched "The Century of the Self"? Its another classic doc that I recommend to everyone...Very interesting overview of the historical origins of propaganda and Public Relations: [link]