3rd of my 6 piece series of Wanted posters.
1st is here: [link]
2nd here: [link]
Critically talking about it, I think I didn't get to the point, like the other two. My goal on these poster exercise is to make pictures showing "bad" guys that made weird crimes to be condemned. Since the point is making something sarcastic, serious face but funny soul (the kind of work I like more), connecting a drawing in a cartoony style with a good, serious painting and a kind of non-sense text, I think I kind of went out of the road on this one, making his face so serious. I intended to make him with a REALLY big nose, Which I think I did, but I didn't emphasized it with the painting. That's the point. I think the funny part of it got lost on the process and the piece lost the greatest part of its humor. Also, I think the general weight of the whole pic is a bit heavy. I think it really lost the good, light mood of the other two, coz of these two points.
Of course, I see good points on it: I think my digital painting is getting really better with this exercise, where I'm specially focusing on faces. Also, my general knowledge of shape-making is being tested, drawing looots os faces till I get to a good one to be picked and colored. But I really got annoyed with the bad points. You know, that time that even the good points doesn't make you happy about the work you did. Good old-fashioned artist-taste-and-mood. Anyways, here it is, even with these mistakes I continue to see, no matter what I do... Sometimes I really suck. And worst of it, when I suck, I write A LOT.
Let me know what you think.