2D Artwork: TFA:Training Academy

Discussion in 'Transformers Fan Art' started by RodimusPrimeYV0, Sep 10, 2009.

  1. RodimusPrimeYV0

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    Well here it is my TFA training academy comic I should be able to add a page a day or so but a few things you should know they have earth vehicles due to a previous field trip ,the young girl-bot is star dancer(original character) BLASTER IS PSYCHO. and hound mirage and blaster were made younger .It will get really action packed and pretty funny a little down the road .

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  2. Venksta

    Venksta Render Project Creations TFW2005 Supporter

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    Looks interesting. :)  Keep at it. Plan to put colors down on these later?
     
  3. RodimusPrimeYV0

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    no im not any good at coloring lol
     
  4. Hightech94

    Hightech94 Another Merc with a mourh

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    ohh can i color please
     
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    yes please do and is you can make the text more readable that would rock
     
  6. ironarm

    ironarm SHALL RETURN IN NOVEMBER

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    not bad...
     
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    This is a really fun project you've got going on :) 

    Just so you know, when you attach images, use those for the inline posting of the your work. Click the "EDIT" button, and look how I added your images to your post :wink: 

    As far as critiquing goes, I suggest varying your poses and angles a bit. Five (5) panels of your story are essentially the same shot of two figures talking back and forth. By simply varying your "camera angles" and poses can make a comic strip much more interesting!

    I really think you're off on a nice start, and I'll be interested to see where you go with this! Thanks for sharing and keep up the good work :thumb 
     

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