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  1. Thread: angry archer.

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    @JOivtory: I like the design very much. I am...

    @JOivtory: I like the design very much. I am curious how you continue to develop this archetype character. In addition to the already mentioned advice my 2 cents.

    Emotion is not only conveyed via...
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    Re: Female warrior (from scratch!)

    @spectral: Sure hope you're feeling better now, currious how you character develops.
  3. Re: Rufius

    @Tsuki9: I second that! 'He' appears to be floating, or flat on his back on a horizontal place surface.

    Character indeed depicts a characteristic anime pose, often utilized for female figures....
  4. Re: Hilde, Amy and Ivy

    @Manly Man: nice to see you're already taking some of th crits and advice to heart. Great!

    Maybe some practical tips might help; since you're doing it 'old school' (not digital). Try and get hold...
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    Re: thief

    @Josu: no worries, we're all here just to share and exchange thoughts and experience. It was a mere suggestion, with Pezzle's crits in mind.

    If you do feel, my suggestion might work for you; make...
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    Re: light study

    @Dan: Welcome! You're a brave one, and what a challenge you got yourself!

    But if you want to learn about lighting, why not start first with symmetrical forms? Also, if you want to learn about...
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    Re: thief

    @Josu: here quickie I did, with Pezzle's crits in mind. (Hope you don't mind 'intruding' in your thead, like this.) I did too feel like she was thief like. And what I aimed for, is that she just...
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    Re: female sniper

    @Feinar: it appears off, this is due the fact that the upperbody is very angled in relation to the lower body. You might want to think about how her upperbody rests or leans against the wall. Then...
  9. Thread: Sniper lady.

    by Wasp_One
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    Re: Sniper lady

    @DuRangO234: in light of what rapxic and Jason Rainville mentioned, in addition I drafted a few quick ideas how you could incorporate the background and surroundings whilst developing your character....
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    Re: sniper concept

    @royen: I've noticed it's been a while, are you still developing this concept?

    Why not dress her lower bodyparts not in kaki's or ripped or regular pants if you're woried about gender definition?...
  11. Thread: Angel WIP

    by Wasp_One
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    Re: taste

    @MEMPER: maybe, but it might be also that leg 'appears' to be too longgated IMO. :shrug:
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    Re: reference material

    @Wendigo: 'Satan' by Gustave Dore --> lostsatanprofile-jpg

    'Jesus' by Albrecht Durer --> s11.htm
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    Re: Jackie

    @Wendigo: ... hrm, she doesn't appear to be significantly 'different' from Reya. She looks too similar IMO.

    Does she have something like a distinctive birth mark(s)? Freckles or a tattoo?...
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    Re: surfacing

    @Andrew_ak-47: so, what's the assignment? And what about the game, is it like a FPS or a more third person shooter?

    With what would you like to have suggestions, crits or comments?
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    Re: cops and robber

    @timothee: I noticed the 'wanted' poster, TMI in my oppinion. Feels 'gimmicky'.

    I really like the idea to exploit the power of suggestion. You can omit the entire physiology of the 'robber'. Hint...
  16. Art: Re: conclution

    @Shelly Wan: Gustav Klimt, Alfonso Mucha; also favorite artist(s) in my fav-list, what do you think of Egon Schielle's work?

    It might not be as colourfull as Klimt's works, or as graciously...
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    Re: chinese master

    @the monk: in addition to that assumption; chinese -asian(s)- in general (I'm Indonesian myself!) don't have such heavy facial hair. It tends to thin out even more when growing older (and more grey...
  18. Thread: My First Face

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    Re: first hand at Painter X

    @Charkk: very sound advice, I favor to use a drawing tablet. How ever it's not 'impossible' to colour or stylize your artwork(s) with your mouse. I had to, before I bought my tablet!

    I also...
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    Re: Hamon

    @Wendigo: often what scares us the most, is the unknown; however just the same we tend to be frightened by that what we know just as well.

    Anything that is instilled with trust, can be used...
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    Re: pornographic content

    @Data_Strings: I am really sorry your mom thinks that way, and that she influenced your own perception of the human nude. Regardless if it's male or female.

    And I personally resent the fact that...
  21. Thread: The Captain

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    Re: The Captain

    @Yulorian: you're gettin' great help and advice here, already. Only thing I could mention is not to forget to give your image (read: composition) context (read: environment). That would mean adding...
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    Re: Anubis

    @Appleboot: do you have/use any kind of reference material at all? If you Google 'Anubis' you get all kinds of usefull examples how other have tackled this task.

    Examples:

    1Anubis.jpg
    ...
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    Re: red sky vs light source

    @Yulorian: okay it might be fussing about a detail like that, but the sky does tend to dominate somewhat, therefore desaturating the reddish of the blood you've depicted. Also due to the vast ammount...
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    Re: anotomy

    @Sorandra: have you tried using real-life reference material? Why don't you start by visiting: everythingwolf.com

    I am sure there are some pictures there that could help. Look forward for your...
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    Re: background issues

    @Yulorian: although I like your enthousiasm and agree that the background is just as important as the front. I like to make a note of caution.

    If you give the background too much detail, it looses...
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