The only gripe I got with it is why is the remnants of his arms still visible in the glass portion of his arms? Why not scale up the arms up to fit the suit (and probably just scale his whole body up so he doesn't have hulk-arms) or scale down the suit a bit (His frame would be smaller) so it looks like the suit was built to the contours of his form.
Mister Phil? Um...if you're still on DA,was this for young justice? I haven't exactly finished the series,but 1)I know how it ends and 2)I know what characters really appear in the show and have seen most of it pretty much....but was this supposed to be in the actual show in case it wasn't cancelled? Oh! And if you happen to meet Mister Nick Adams,please tell him I said hi...as in...the girl who asked if he met you
I'm seeing it in limbs being compared to other limbs. It could me that since I don't fully understand what it looks like standing upright that I'm seeing the proportions wrong as well as the foreshortening.
Mostly it's the lengths of the limbs and some of the sizing of them in comparison to what I'm used to. Then again, Phil pushed boundaries on what I know about foreshortening, posing, and proportion on a regular basis (and in a good way).
This looks great but i noticed something the poses he is in are very similar to the ones used for his dc nation character profile I have too ask did you have anything to do with it or the ones for Animal Man and Amethyst
Yeah, I drew the Cyborg and Amethyst DC nation profiles. As far as the similarities in the drawings, sometimes I have to recycle poses when I am doing illustration work on a tight deadline. If I have something good I've already worked out I will try to get as much mileage out of it as I can.
Greatest rendition of Cyborg ever. You'v actually made me care about this character's design. Usually he just looks like a man with hunks of junk and circuits hanging on him, but this is really sleek. Very nice indeed!