IT'S DONE. FINALLY AFTER AN ENTIRE MONTH OF PROCRASTINATION BUSINESS!
Oh my Lordo, this took like 40 hours in total, extended over days of complete and utter exhaution, and adding those cushions, and adding those bones (because why the hell not?). But, bu-but it was all worth it. My own personal test/experiment/gift for you watchers who stick with me!!
I'm sooo happy with how Undertaker looks here. I was just so crazy-worried thinking, "how the hell am I gonna do the candle light, I mean, I've never even done this angle before, and the shading will be such a mess of layers ; n ; ," BUT THAT DIDN'T STOP ME FROM DRAWING THIS GLORIOUS MAN ON A BED. YES, JUST HOW THAT SOUNDS. I REGRET NOTHING FROM THAT SENTENCE.
I'm using caps for all dem feels inside me. I'm also slightly sleep-deprived. And I don't know how I feel about the title. I might change it a lot in the next couple of days.
Okay, I'm gonna take a well deserved nap now. Excuse me--//dies on bed Also, please feel free to critique on anything you think would help me improve. I would really love to hear some of your feedback.
You have grown so much in a small time period. The colours in this artwork are so vibrant. I love how you've used shading really well for all the lights in the room with the light bouncing off him. I also love the colouring of the bed sheets. The skull and bones have been done very as well. They actually look quite realistic. The layout of the artwork is very good as well because no matter where you look, you end up back at his face. I have a couple of critiques though, some of the shading you've done and line work makes him look a bit female in his body structure around his torso. My last critique is.... Why aren't i in the picture with him?
This image is so sexy and gorgeous. The dramatic lighting really sets the mood and brings out Undertaker's eerie yet alluring handsomeness. I love his clothes, too--quite a change from his usual, drabber mortician's attire, and the red linen he's laying on offers a striking, almost hellish contrast of colors. Great work!