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    Creating A Charactor

    Im Really Tring To Develope This Charactor To See If I Can Make Something Cool If You Have Any Ideas About Processes Like Brain Storming Or Multipling Rough Sketches Feel Free To Let Me Know


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    That last B&W is awsome. Very intimidating composition.

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    half way

    still got alot of work on this one i tilted her head a bit forward because the crappy lighting in the room i had to take the pic with a low angle wadda ya think 8) need to fin hair clothing and chest area & minor tuch ups

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    Whoaaa.. the last few pics with the horse are off the hook dude!

    That's some scary shit right there, I like it !

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    Guy on the horse is freaking awesome but the horse needs some serious work. It's head is way too small. I'd reccomend using a reference pic to get the horses proportions right. Really like the way you did the rider though. Much better colors on the girl. I do think her eyes are either more closed or more covered up by her cheekbones in the picture, and the upper lip needs to be darker. Also her brow/forehead on the left side bulge out too much. Keep rocking, crazy improvements in here!

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    Have to agree , the worrier on the horse is realy great, i also think that your srlf portrait on the 1st page is supa

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    character design

    trying to fill out a simple character not sure what im doing but i think if i keep trying defferent things i think i'll be able to find the picture (that was there before i even started)

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    Nice b&w stuff very cool and tense
    btw on the portrait that you posted a photo w/, you really changed her eyes, which takes a lot of the personality of the pic, makes it less "flirty"
    cool stuff though

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    Training

    Same Crap As Before I Gotta Wake Up In 4hrs Why Am I Still Awake By The Way Spot On With All The Great Crits Ill Try To Put Em To Use I Love All Yall

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    thanks for the visit, you have got some really nice stuff going on in your sb. your observation and values look nice enough you just need to finish up with a harder brush. Great stuff!

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    cool updates the portrait looking good, but I agree about the eyes too ...


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    apply'n cc

    tried some of the things all yall pionted out i might not be that good at this stuff but at least it got me a date 8) thanx 4 all the great input on my pix

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    portrait is looking good but I think the shadow on the jaw needs to be softened, it looks a bit too hard edged right now.


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    Portrait is wayyy better - awesome job! I agree with oldnoobie but be careful - one or two strokes with a 50% opacity brush is all you need, don't blend it a lot. Also (nitpicky) her hair on the left side of the picture comes out too much from her forehead - if you look it is barely visible at the part. And if I were you i'd soften the highlights on the side and bottom of her hair to put more focus on her face - right now they steal they eye's attention (and they aren't that bright in the picture...). Keep up the good work!

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