- Jan 18, 2010
Foot fetishist are displeased by the shrinking of the feet.
Actually, that part works for me. Oil lamps normally burn clean, but if there are any impurities on the wick those will cause the flame to smoke for a while until they burn off, and it does look exactly like that, with a thin line of smoke issuing from the very tip of the flame.Also the fire looks a bit weird -- smoke might be appearing earlier on than just at the very end.
FWIW, you've gone for very cartoonish head proportions there. Perhaps it's deliberate, I dunno, but in reality the eyes are about half-way down the skull.
I'm using imgur for mine, to avoid clogging ED's server with hundreds of slightly wonky works-in-progresswhat's the bbb code to make the image larger?
Bah, not all foot fetishists are into the same things.Foot fetishist are displeased by the shrinking of the feet.
I think my skull is off...well, you do say "about" so maybe eye location is one of my less freakish features.in reality the eyes are about half-way down the skull.
though I'd be the first to admit I'm not much good at drawing humans.
I think we tend to be better at identifying when things seem incorrect with human figures than other things. Being able to fix things, even if you know it needs to be tweaked, is difficult to get exactly right. I can barely make a passable smiley with 2 straight lines and a curved one.but I can't draw people either, so I can't give any real constructive criticism on that.
Wasn't there a slogan thread somewhere? I like this and something like it would work for me.it could also read:
liberty to run what you want
In all honesty, I wouldn't use anything like this in my projects (should I eventually finish any of them). However, if you want some constructive critism regarding your picture...
I respond in a similar and more colorful way in my head whenever I hear it.
As I understand it, Binky is mostly doing this for fun, so it may not matter if that picture gets used.I think a more abstract approach is more appropriate, here, and requires less quibbling over details. That is, I prefer ible's approach. I particularly like the one on top row, second going left to right.
The image, if used, is likely to be rather small on the screen, a lot of the time. It is a waste of effort to use a more detailed (an, therefore, troublesome) image.
I don't think anyone's foot is in the air. The right foot (our left) is behind the other foot, so according to the 3D projection of that plinth, appears at a higher Y coordinate.In fact, with the foot in the air like that, I think that knee goes pass the other leg a little.
In the original picture, I'm sure the left foot is only on its toes, not the whole foot.I don't think anyone's foot is in the air. The right foot (our left) is behind the other foot, so according to the 3D projection of that plinth, appears at a higher Y coordinate.In fact, with the foot in the air like that, I think that knee goes pass the other leg a little.
Better shadowing would help I guess.