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You nailed their bodies! HA! I love the patterns and halftone and their faces....but hate the 3D starbursts around their heads. How funny would it be if the starbursts were simple circles/halos aound their heads....like the Christian icons have? 5
nice work using the halftones to add depth to the bodies. I kind of like the starbursts though, they add a primitive action type quality to it .
wow, they are ugly. in a good way! 5!
great! even though i would like to see a darker color scheme. are you racist john!?!
halftones look perfect and i like the headbursts, though mezo (for once) has a damn good idea with the halos.
awesome illustration style! How did u go about getting the contrasting outline thickness??
i'm going to buy this.
great halftones!! nice work.
great characters and halftones.
i love the halftones :)
I think the color scheme is great, the blues in the shadows that contrast with the yellow work really well.
I just had a class where we had to deal with complementary colors(blue and yellow aren't perfect complements but they're close) and it drove me crazy getting them to work, so I'm doubly impressed with what you did.
their expressions are priceless!
good bodies but the faces creep me out.
Great use of 5 colours John... as always your illustration is superb
I dont know how much anyone wants to wear a shirt that so perversely portrays the human form -- the shirt is grotesque in a fascinating way, but it is still grotesque.