2D Artwork: TFAnimated Prime pencil sketch

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  1. Josh

    Josh Comic Color-guy

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    Well i havent drawn anything in practically forever

    so..after checkin out Sledgehammer's awesome 3D Prime i decided to give Prime a go...only less "animated" lookin and borrowin details from the voyager toy and stuff

    not too bad

    my pencil was gettin dull and i had no sharpener so excuse the nasty lines

    maybe i can convince a friend of mine to ink it all crisp or somethin
    we'll see


    so here ya go

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    laters!
     
  2. Black Oracle

    Black Oracle Black Convoy's Dark Angel

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    Prime looks like he's going out to chop down some trees with his huge honkin' axe! He! He! He's kinda Batman-esque with the pointed 'ears'. You have a sharp art style Mr Burcham!
     
  3. Sledgehammer

    Sledgehammer Digital art monkey

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    That kicks all sorts of arse, Josh - nice to know I've been a bit of inspiration!

    "Oi, you - I'm gonna chop you up!" :D 

    Can't wait to see that inked and coloured! :rock 
     
  4. Magelite

    Magelite I make stupid look good

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    Not keen on the bunny ears or the caved-in stomach, but the rest is good.
     
  5. IronicHide

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    Josh, you are the master.
    Digging your style variation on TFA.

    Cyclonus and Bludgeon are beautiful, but this and the (contest) Prowl really emphasise your take on Animated.

    Would it be fair to say you go for the elongated (thinking of Prime's ears and Cyclonus, here) look?
    And your occassional emphasis on the feet - is that influenced by Milne's work on giant bots (Scorponok, for example)?
    (At least I think it was Milne who suggested oversized feet gave a great impression of bulk and gigantism.)
     

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