@00:54I've been to a graphics convention (Siggraph 2013, very nice!) and my experience there taught me that zbrush is a craaaaaazay program! I got to see a real professional do his stuff there, it was spectacular to watch! I should pick it up some day. Excellent work for a first try!
Amazing! I am a really big fan of you, CanineHybrid! You fursuits rock! I am from England so it's hard to find most of the materials to make one (And hard to find someone to help me! XD! Lol!) It will make the house a mess too! lol! You inspire me alot! XD
Thank you for the critique! Could you perhaps elaborate on what you feel my digital art lacks? I honestly only had 2 digital illustrations to possibly show in this reel at the time that were the "most complete" in terms of a full background, but I don't feel that they are great examples of my digital skill because they were over a year old (almost exactly 2 years ago at this point). For comparison, here's one of my more recent digital pieces I'd consider my current best work:
Is what you saw as a point of improvement needed in my work still present in this piece?
As for animation weight, this I am aware is my biggest weakness and I have been critiqued on this many times before. So I will definitely continue to work on this!
You have improved. You've got the technique down, though I think you could still push the gesture to add more movement and flow you your pictures and animations. You could also try to add more contrast, a little more shading to help push the form. You may want to take the time to play with more colors, like not just the base colors, but also adding more vibrate colors to the shadowed areas. A lot of your more finished pictures tend to have a look of the light source looking staged or ambient. Playing with layer types always help, though I think you're already onto that trick. Best of luck!