Thanks for the comments and the critique.
And for Walrus' critique, while I appreciate a good critique every now and then, allow me to constructively criticize the constructive criticism(criti-ception!)
WalrusM3 wrote:You see the cat right? One up in the air?
I'll stop you right there, this sounds like you're implying that I don't know the difference from the cat in the air to the human on the right, or the Rabbit kneeling on the ground, or the pony in the corner.
I know which character you're referring to, having to ask me if I know which of my own characters you're referring to comes off as more of an insult than a constructive critique, while not everyone will feel the same as me, I take my designs seriously and I feel like you needing to specify which character is the cat is because my characters look like clones of each other.
Again, this is just a pet peeve of mine, but have faith in the artist for knowing the difference between a cat and a dog and being able to draw the differences.
WalrusM3 wrote:See her leg? It looks as if it snapped. I can't really hold you for it as it does look like some really-really hard to do, but can't blame you for trying. But I think it's because the way it's hooked around the arm is the problem, it's hard to explain, but just trying to say it's the way the leg is wrapped around the arm.
The leg would look weird on any other character, I agree, but I wanted to make this an exception for Alice to show off her styles of a contortion acrobat who is also a Shadow Arcana, a mage who uses magic to perform illusions and other trickery, the leg was supposed to be a psyche-out to the viewers, but critique approved otherwise.
WalrusM3 wrote:Also I really really can't imagine what action follows, does the cat lady drop? does she flip pass? Or is she flying? I can't tell? I literally can't.
Don't over think it, it's meant to look like any television commercial or magazine ad, there really is no follow up, like most ads. It's not a story, it's just a fun image I made for my brother.
Other than pointing out the leg, the rest of the critique seemed more like issues against personal flavor and passive insults.
Just remember the difference between a critique and issues against personal flavor, but for here...
3/10: No Sale. Sorry...
Thank you for the critique.
Side note: It's Orin, not Odin.