All 7 art Reviews


Three Brothers Three Brothers

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Now these look awesome!

DId you have a reference? I love pagan gods. I'd love to see you do some Norse gods or something. Great, great work. I like the way they sort of glow from within.


JoshSummana responds:

no i didnt have a reference for these. Hades I used myself for the hand (took a photo) but as for the rest no i didnt lol


Mario Stage Mario Stage

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

That's a very funny interpretation.

I've always liked when people take the unrealistic and re render it in a more realistic style.


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Going Down Going Down

Rated 4 / 5 stars

A suggestion

Take the line from the second frame, and put it in the bubble in the first. Then delete the second frame.



Shark Shark

Rated 5 / 5 stars

One of your cleverest.

This blew my mind.


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Puppies Puppies

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hhahahaha

It made me laugh.



Costume Costume

Rated 3 / 5 stars

There is a typo in the first talk bubble.

"Why are dressed as a duckling." Other than that, this is pretty cool. Not as funny as the sloth one though, that's a good one.



5' 11" Under 5' 11" Under

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very cool

I like the guy up in front and the glow is great. The background is awesome too. Now I personally hate getting even the best constructive criticism, but I suppose I'll dish some out. The guy with the gun seems to be the weakest link. I think the face seems blurrier than the rest of the body and worst of all the foreshortening on the gun hand seems off. I think you should extend the arm completely so it's pointing with force and direction at Mr. Cigar.
I'm sure it's too annoying to go back and re paint it, that's how I always feel when someone picks apart my work, but at least I've given you my thoughts. I think it would be a 10/10 if not for the imperfection in the shadowy guy.


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Occluded responds:

Hell no I love thoughtful criticism. No joke. I did play around with different arm positions when I was sketching it out. This felt the most right to me.

The gun guy has already been rendered with a smaller brush than the foreground. But I guess I should have gone one way or the other. Using a more detailed brush for the background may have made the audience want clarity without going all the way there. Myabe I should have kept the larger brush and made it seem out of focus. Something I'll have to think on.

Thanks for the critique.