Put your hands together.
posted by Chris Graf at 1:20 PM
I'm totally diggin' the traffic light!I love the face, and the stylized horns. The teeth are gross and I bet that beard has some secrets. Is that a lavish waterfall of hair cascading down his back? Mmm... jesusss.
WHOA! energy! dymanism! style! nice man :D
Awesome drawing Chris! I can hear the pillaging. You should paint this up!
it has a good heart but unfortunatly like we discussed falls apart in certain areas.. I think you hsould copy the file and rework it.. since the potential of this drawing is so great.
Hey Chris...long time no comment. I love the design of the character you have going on here. Especially the head/face, but I have to agree with Dan on the fact that it falls apart in a few areas of the drawing. One that really stands out to me is his right arm...to me it looks as if it is protruding from his left arm. I think if you raised it up a bit and showed it behind the right part of his chest just a bit, it would be a little more dynamic becase of the added depth. The other thing that this design made me want is the rest of his legs....seeing such a great action pose and not having the foundation of his legs made it fall apart at the bottom of the image...even just a hint as to where his legs are would be killer....keep on rockin Chris. Your blog is one of the first stops I take when i need to get inspired to draw. Later.
What Elder said. Also kudos for cranking out a nice dynamic pose, lovin' it. What stands out the most to me is the wicked stylized helmet, man I love those horns. I'm not big on the curved mace, i understand the exageration you were going for but its too much i think.
Looks crit no goods
i love vikings! that's a nice sketch!
hey bro, i haven't popped by in a while and i see you've been busy. great stuff. that viking is ready to kick some @$$ !!!cheers,Andrew
Nice! Great design and face. I'm not crazy on the pose. With both arms in front, he'd loose his balance. It could just be the lack of the other leg too...
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