Topic #115: Cabin Fever
In the next panel, the merboy is eaten alive......At least, if Joe were drawing this it would.But hey! He has a fun face, and great colors over all once again! It really made me laugh, the character at work here and the mischief.
hahah awesome Adrian! I know that every time I get that face something bad happens to me immediately following it. I dont envy this kid. The sea horse is smart in his positioning
This is so cute! I love the look on the Mer boy's face! I think I've seen that look somewhere before, hmmm.... I also love the seahorse and the colors are awesome!
Nice line work, I love the detail on the fin. The lighting looks good as well... I'm always impressed by the underwater lighting you and Shane pull off.And yes, if I drew this he would be eaten.
I wonder how long he'll poke at that shell before he realizes it's empty... how bright is the red-headed mer-child? His best friend's a sea-horse... that should give some indication.Really nice colors and characters, Adrian. Nice little scene you've set up here. Thumbs up!
Really fun, great tropical colors, it's like another scene out of a great Adrian animation. One my favorites, great job!
really nice. That green water color is beautiful and that is one fine rock painting. I challenge you to put a scale texture on the mer portion of the boy :) great piece.
Awesome! There aren't enough Mer-boys out there I say :) I like how his tail is raggedy.
I always love the narrative quality of your work Adrian. Nice story telling quality. Great characters too. When do we get to see the animated short?
Peter - Thanks, and you were right about Joe, it seems!Nathan - Challenge accepted!Ken - It's a feature, not a short! (Goes with my "Ice Mermaid") And if everyone will help me animate it we could see it as soon 2794! Everyone else - Thanks for the feedback!
But Adrian, if we make it into a Short we might see it sometime around 2308! I'm going to have to buy myself a cryogenic chamber just so I can be revived in time for the premier. Great job!
nicely done on the scales. I think it adds a nice touch to the whole piece.
And thank you, Nathan, for the challenge! It was fun!
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