What's not to like about this? Incredibly powerful layout with a striking color set.
The fade from front to back serves well with regards to making the piece whole. I'm liking the rough edges on the horns which is making the costume edges pop around the mouth and adds to movement.
If I were an editor I might ask a couple of things. Shift Logan's eye so that it's directly engaging the viewer making him/her/it the target. Second, if the claws had the same feel as the edges of the horns as opposed to the PS motion blur look, this would be as fine as this could get.
Vision, Originality- 5, haven't seen this type of image/portrait previously. Technique,- 5, very nicely done.
Impact, 4.5 and only for the reasons I mentioned. For me, and this is just me, if it had the minor changes it would have been a 5 across the board. I know I couldn't beat it.
Overall an outstanding piece, clean, professional and well thought out.
Wolverine is such an iconic character, An easy editorial nightmare if he does not appear as he should, that being said... I just have to say your name distracts on this one...pretty little issue. The color is perfect and the sense of movement though a static shot is probably what makes it work best. I would assume it was a relatively quick render and with that in mind feels raw at the same time it is refined. Characters should relate their personality to the viewer, for we live their lives with them as we read. No fan of Logan will dispute the quality of this piece. Great stuff. Excellent for a cover or Poster I feel no need to "look" for problems, very well done.
I love the contrast so much. well blend of Wolverine approved yellow color with the background. Splendid executed focus on his sexy blue-ish eyes and improved version of tooth. I see the hidden 'X' that formed with his head and both of his claw as the lower part of 'X', that's a pretty amazing composition. above all, each stroke is so powerful and I do feel the tense of rage 'Wolverine'.