Thanks! I’m sure the rats will start working with cowbells if their plan with the catbell works
Why does the grease pencil line width change with your zoom anyways? Is that a feature or bug?
The size of the line is given in pixels. It feels a bit silly for drawing, but I guess the grease pencil was designed for sketching the composition and things like that.
Some comments for everyone:
beau11: That knife is just for cutting the string of the balloon,… right? I liked the vector-graphics effect you achieved.
RC12: It seems we’ll never run out of default cube jokes
dat boi: Nice apple-style futuristic materials. The camera angle is really cool, and gives the image some surreal feeling.
FlyingBanana: Haha, funny how the pencils look like french fries. The metal thing whose name I forgot looks pretty nice. It is just a wireframe modifier (right?), but it works pretty well. Not sure if it is intentional, but I think the pencils would actually float parallel to the surface, instead of being in strange angles.
DoriNori: You achieved a really awesome effect with such a simple tool! I also liked the huge creature in the background: Its body looks fearsome, but its face is quite friendly. It is as if the warrior does not know if he should attack the creature or not.
didierv: The rats were really up to something this week Funny how you made a prequel to one of your entries.
caz747: Nice mood. The drawing of the character is pretty good too.
fcharr: The first time I looked at the image I thought the wall was further to the background, and they grey region was part of the ground. It is a pretty cool effect! I also liked how the pencils look a bit like people walking around. I just wonder who Sandy is
Iridesium: Haha, not sure what is more dangerous: Big foot, or a mean kid controlling a robot. Either way, I would definitely run away!
Helge: Pretty cool X-Ray effect! I just wonder how the pencils got in there (and why are they made of metal?)
Photox: The eyes on the left remind me a bit of van Gogh’s style, with many sudden changes in colour. It gives the skin a more rough feeling, which is nice.
purbosky: Nice trick to get shadows in 2D :). I also liked how everything is a bit redish (which fits her name pretty well).
OLG: The drawing looks very nice, both of the gryphon and of the rider. Also funny play on words. The only weird thing is that, without shadows, the character doesn’t really merge with the background.
RobertT: Loved the colours. I also liked how there are many grids on the background resembling paper used for sketches. This feels as if the sketch of the car became alive and started driving around.