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KNOW FEAR by Constraticron KNOW FEAR by Constraticron
I got really tired of working on this. Can you see why? :P

Still playing with perspective. Now, i'm playing with lighting. I had him standing at the end of the hallway, but then I thought 'Ok, now what?'. So, I drew a freakish demon that, if you know your comic books/video games, is inspired by The Darkness.

Besides that, I also had Doom in mind. The character and gun are 2 elements I just had in mind for a .wad i'd like to work on (If I ever get that kind of time!).

Before you note it, yes, the shading on the 'Ceiling' is crap. I might even cut it out.
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ShadowDemon101 Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2010
Oooo perspective looks pretty good :D
Love the scary monster hands and such reaching out towards him :giggle:
nacritico Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2010
It has a few perspective problems, but it's still very kick-ass.
Love the shading, love the hands and love that spirit-thingy on the right.
Constraticron Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Are you talking about the way the room opens up, by any chance?
nacritico Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2010
It's not only the room that looks weird, the way the hallway is made also has problems.

There seems to be an inconcistency with the vanishing points
In the hallway, you use 1 vanishing point, whereas in the room AND in the soldier you use 2.

It looks kind of weird :P.
I'm my humble opinion, you hould have sticked with 2 vanishing point.
Constraticron Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I made more than 1 vanishing point?


I didn't mean to do that...
I'm still new to the perspective thing. I was just going for a 'one point perspective', which was the end of the hallway, but if I stuck with it, I wouldn't have gotten the demon to work out the way it did.

As for the soldier, I have no idea what you're talking about...
nacritico Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2010
Sorry, my previous comment was not clear at all. =P

When you made the room, it's quite obvious you didn't use any vanishing point. This allowed you draw the demons and the soldier the way you wanted you. (which looks great)

But even when you didn't use any "vanishing points" the drawing is clearly "not-isometric", meaning it has some sort of "perspective".
This perspective looks very similar to the one used in American-comics (DC, Marvel, Etc.), which are famous for having two or three vanishing points per frame.

With that said, the first part (the room) is drawn with a "2/3 vanishing points"-ish style, whereas the hallway is drawn with single vanishing point.
The fact the vanishing point from the hallway is not "connected" with the vanishing points from the room give us the impression that "the room opens up".

Which wouldn't be bad, if it had been done on perpose. But I think it was not the case, was it? XD

If I were you, I'd try to draw everything only one way: Or without any vanishing point, or with a single (well-shown) vanishing point.

Nac's Saving Throw:
At least, that's what I think. I'm quite new to the perspective thing two. =P
Constraticron Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Heh, yeah, I did crack open a comic book or two to get ideas on how to finish this pic.

But yeah, it was mostly not on purpose.
I've still got to work on perspective.

Thanks, that was much clearer.
T-M-N-T Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
I think the shading and lighting turned out good =D Although I do have to agree that the ceiling is a tad bit strange :nod: If you paned it out a bit farther it wouldn't look so messed up :aww:
Looks awesome nonetheless ;P
DragonAnimeParty Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2010   Digital Artist
This pic is awesome :la: Reminds of the past few weeks of playing Dead Space >W>;;;
Constraticron Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist

I wish I had it. The demo was great.
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