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Volkertoons - 20.11.08 18:47
Ich hoffe, jemand rettet sie...
 
PauerCmx (toonsUp team) - 12.10.08 22:59
Sieht aus als würden die Laser an ihrer Brust ziehen! Har har har!
Naja, ist bloß unglücklich gezeichnet. Die Falten am Hemd sollten eher weniger Dynamik haben, immerhin liegen sie ja bzw. spannen an dieser Stelle!
 
Millus - 12.10.08 22:37
Danke schön.
Die roten Strahlen kommen aus den Waffen der Soldaten und sind überall auf die Person gerichtet.
 
Ron (toonsUp admin) - 12.10.08 22:33
Sieht ja schon mal ganz schick aus. Die roten Strahlen, kommen die aus den Augen der Robotern? Dann sollten sie etwas zielgerichteter sein. 1. Woher kommen sie (aus den Augen) und 2. wohin zeigen sie (sollten sich mehr zentrieren). Bzw. auch leutchende Punkte auf dem Opfer zeigen.
 
 

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