Just another mecha design that i revamped from my high school days. This one's called Galliant; an organic mecha from a production line I called the 'Rough Knight' series. They're mechanical suits used by policing units.
Thanks mate! sorry u don't like the colour scheme tho i did do a hue adjustment while experimenting with adjustment layers and funnily enough, ended up with a red/gold colour scheme, which looked awesome, but the reason it's green is cos that was the original colour scheme of the mecha's 'character'; red didn't suit the pilot/operator's personality.
Cheers mate! i can definitely see why you'd be thinking Digimon, since there's plenty of armored knight looking ones, tho i didn't use any of those designs as reference. i'm glad u like the lighting; i had an artist friend who didn't like the lighting much and wanted to correct it, but when he tried doing a paint over, his was a poor attempt :\ i'll never understand artists like that
the ones in the sword are just amazing. About your friend, my opinion is that we all can said that a drawing its good or wrong, but we need to respect the work of every person, of course I can said that the light are not right, but I just think and understand that this is your style to create the lights and shadow, and to watch the point of view of another person is as important that my own view. So a can said that you did an excellent work, hope a can create something with that pont o proffesionalism. [i can said that my skills with english are no perfect but hope you can understan xD]
All types of awesome, Al. I love his flared knee guards and sword arm. Unique set of colours too; normally, the red and green together make for a weird Christmasy flare, but not in this instance. The plasma core thingy on his sword really looks powerful. There are a few perspective inconsistencies, and that waist(!) is mighty slim, but overall a solid effort. And I got all excited when I saw the thumb in my devwatch! lol
Aaawwww, thanks Mr Phil!! i definitely know wat u mean about the red/green thing. they're great complementary colours, but cos they're so intense they can come off way too cheery and difficult to balance at times. excellent eye with spotting the perspective glitches(was hoping no one would notice the odd jutting out piece here and there...my dodgy attempt at foreshortened symmetry); i just don't know how some artists are able to get so much detail down pat while keeping incredibly accurate. the waist...heheheh, u know how i like it thanks again Phil!