I love the beautiful story in the poem-like structure, the animation, the visuals, and everything really! I also especially admire how you did almost everything yourself! I aspire to be like you!
I LOVE this game! The graphics are drawn well, the sound really added to the atmosphere (and so did those sudden surprises), the puzzles were seriously well thought, the clues in-game were great, and the hints were subtle and didn't give away much. I'll be sure to check out the other episodes! :D
Haha, this is all tense, unnerving, creative, and cute at the same time! I love the concept of the game, like how the goal is to catch the ball of yarn and how the enemies are the dog and vacuum cleaner when playing as a cat. The subtle clues for the puzzles are also great! The timed puzzle is also really good. Can't wait to see more!
Aww, this is a really adorable concept! The idea of both mediums working in harmony is very clear. The colours also state the difference between the traditional and digital medium, but yet still look well together. One thing I'd add is a subtle, simple, and minimalistic background just to add a bit more to the atmosphere, but this looks great already.
Thank you very much! I am glad you liked it and thank you very much for the advice.
Wow, this entry is very unique, unlike the other ones that feature some art tools fighting! This is still fairly well done for someone who's new to digital art, and it's great to push yourself! The lines are simple but very clean and the colours are pleasing. Also, I like how the background looks. I also like how you conveyed the 'traditional' and 'digital' sense through the appearance of the character, like the Giesha and the face.
This is pretty sweet man! I like the energy in this picture (I especially like that guy with the VR gear, haha), and how you put in the various tools a traditional/digital artist uses (like dat flying drawing tablet). The effects and small details are great as well and adds up to the atmosphere. However, the person with the colour pencil could be moved a bit closer since the centre of attention is in the middle, in addition to balancing out the weight of the picture. The colours could also be a bit more saturated as the colours look a bit washed off.
Overall, this is a pretty cool piece! Good luck!
Thanks for the feedback!
I realise now that I overlooked a couple of things :D
Oh well... you learn from your mistakes, I guess ;)
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