I like the details. Those are what makes this picture work. You've got a good eye.
Next time, try to get the background a little smoother, so you don't have the jagged-look in something that's supposed to be flat black.
I also agree about the background. What i did was a total cop out. I was getting board working on the ship and whimped out on the background. I plan to rework it with other ships around it to give it scale with a nice starscape.
Thanks for the critical eye!
i came up with plans to do so.
like making images for five years straight without releasing them then flood the art market with my images.
my art shows have gone very good but this city sucks for art. i'm what they call "edgy" and disliked by many artist here.
i say fuck them.
i'm on the verg think how it's spelled of being homeless because of this place i was about to move to Cali but i got arrested the day befor we left and got screwed over, no clothes, my cell phone is gone. and the 'cops' got them all.
what are you drinking on tonight?
I too have hit a bad patch in life; wife left me, got laid off, running out of money. If it was not for drawing, i think i would go mad!
Bravo on your professional art endevours. I hope to persue this as a profession some day.
I am Hendricks gin and pinapple. I know sounds strange, but I am hooked.
but wouldn't it be much easier if it's done in illustrator?
i like copic marker but it's hard to control the opacity
Agreed on the copic. i use the sketch version with the soft brush nip. i have using them more like brushes now. Took me a while to adjust due to my heavy hand, but now i love them.
Thanks for the kind words.
My first thought: "Starrysssss! " I'm simple minded.