This is pretty much finished, there may be some addtional tweaks. Yeah, I need to do more colors, eventually I'll be getting to the point that I color everything.
I can definitely point out some parts here: -the beast's right arm consists of a wire stripper, tied with canvas to some bones. -Shears, springs, bones, and a handle from a hose make up the left arm. -bones and heavy duty clips make up the legs. -a pipe joint,bones, canvas, brass , and lighters make up the torso -the head and neck are made up of wires,tubes, bike chain, and pipe pieces.
all of the bones come from a medium sized dog, and mostly correspond to were they are placed.
Just wondering...do you color right over your pencil drawing (with some contrast adjustments to bring out the lines)? It's something that I want to try one of these days, to save time doing lineart and to get ideas out more quickly. And the style looks great, too.
By the way, a suggestion: the shadow looks rather rough compared to the rest of your composition (might want to use a smaller brush for the sharpest edges). You're also missing a shadow portion directly under the machine itself.