I blame sunk cost fallacy.
>I've invested so much time into this thing and it hasn't gotten me anywhere, so I just gotta keep pushing until I get results. otherwise it will all have been for nothing.
I like parts of it, I don't like rough it makes his women look. If it was an evil big bad empress trying to kill the adorable princess the design fits, but making everything sharp destroys alot of the feminity of the drawings, and since he primarily draws women its a bad choice of stylization.
I don't think its necessarily bad though, just a misfit between subject matter and style choice.
It looks terrible. EVERY SINGLE TIME
WHY YOU DOIN THIS, SYCRA
Jesus Christ, you could cut a watermelon with that chin.
Sycra, if you're reading this, we don't hate you. In fact many of us like you. It's just that some of us, sometimes, think your own limits and choices can be fucking shite.
But keep up the hard work!
This.. the pointy chin style in my opinion is absolute shit, but he likes it and is aiming toward perfecting it unlike half of the autists on this board shitposting instead of getting better.
hes the same as a tumblr SJW, essentially.
Le political cartoon xDDDDD
oh thats a rich one...haha oh yes, he QUITE capture the disgruntled air of the commoner, oh ho! what fun, i do say.
coiling is the same as finding the cross section to establish the angle. You should not rely on so many curved lines to establish the form. Do more with less. It's a good way for beginners but you should graduate from it. Not saying don't use it, but it's an unnecessary step if you can establish form without it and it can become a crutch stuck in your wheels.
Except it's not wrong exactly. His style incorporates the fundamentals he's literally just stylizing it.
I wish you autist stopped saying "muh style" for anything stylized. Whether you like it or not is irrelevant, this isn't a case of muh style, just a case of differentiating opinions.
Sycras shitty style is still incorporating the fundamentals far more than most the people who criticize him.
While I don't think he's amazing, when you get to his point maybe you can talk, but I highly doubt any of you are even that far along.
Yeah, when doing tentacles or roots I came with the same technique and started doing it sometimes to foreshortening members, didn't know it was a thing but thought it would be basic "finding the form" technique.
The thing that goes off to me is how he choose to use a pure geometric form to convey just one part of the body. If he did that pointy chin but pushed more stylization on the rest of the figure, making characters less 3D or realistic rendered I think the style would work. I mean, it's a common cartoon technique to use geometric shapes, but you gotta follow with it... The problem is in the mix he does.
It's pretty clear the style works better in the vegeta piece because it's more stylezed in general, but I still think it's too extreme.
>doesn't work and too extreme
well yeah not saying otherwise, just that he does know what he's doing and its being done intentionally. its not "muh style" its just bad choices with a semblance of logic behind it.
I think its a horrible style as I'm more a fan of a rounder shape style, but to each his own and the "critics" of people who don't know the first thing they're talking about should be told that they're fucking retarded.