It's like a SUPERBOT with super, mega, ultra, kick you in yo face so bad your kids kids a million generations from now will feel it, weapons. GOD ITS THE ULTIMATE ROBOT OF DESTRUCTION THATS FROM HELL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! *hehehe*
This is wonderful, I love this set of...Dudes. Yeah, lol.
I'm specially enjoying this guy's arms. Cannons for hands have always been <3 to me - and I'm really adoring how you made the space between his arm and forearm, it looks great.
The iron/metal looks extremely fabulous, once again. I really enjoy how you add those small specks of... rusty area. The luster is fabulous though, and the small details all over the piece - ooft, just impossible to beat.
Wonderful job, yet again, Wen. Keep it up please!~ ^^
This is cool. Them mechanisms inside its shell are interesting. I can't really see how it works but I'm sure you thought that out before you drew it, so I trust you. The metal looks good, very detailed with the rust. Personally I would have added areas with more extreme rust damage, like where the metal first became oxidized. Really I'd like to know how you did it; was it an over lay of a texture? or was it brush work? The over all line work is crisp as yours usually is and its build is nice and symmetric, but it is really top heavy. I'd think that, in a fight, all it would take would be one decent blast to knock this thing off its pencil legs. The only other thing I notice is that there seems to be lights coming from every direction just to shine on cool pieces of metal, but then its head only seems to have one bright light on it. Also, for how bright some of those lights are he doesn't have much of a shadow. The rocks on the ground also seem to have a completely different light set. Just a thought. Anyway overall its pretty cool; nice work.
very thorough observation, and yes, some extra light source was used to better show details. =] through time i became less strict about realistic lighting, but just real enough and best show of detail =]
thanks very much for your comment though, i really appreciate it.