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    Some creatures

    These are a couple creatures I did for portfolio purposes. The first two are painter/photoshop illustrations and the third is done in zbrush. Any comments, critiques, or suggestions are welcome. Thanks

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    Very cool! Love the style and the rendering..

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    Yep, they are nice, maybe more details on the ones from painter?

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    Thanks,
    Yeah, When you put something done in painter next to some thing done in zbrush it does kinda crap out on the detail. Here are a couple more - not sure if I like the horns or not

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    I think you should push your conceptual thinking alot harder as well as design.

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    That blue nose creature is extremely off balance. It's leaning forward quite a bit and almost all of its mass is in its head and upper body. If that's really the way you want it to move it's definitely going to need a much larger tail and maybe some more substantial legs. I actually prefer the version without horns, it seems like the horns are blocking its vision. Designwise when you're looking at a creature from the front there shouldn't be anything blocking the eyes unless there's a good reason.

    I love that Zbrush render and the one before it.

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    some fantastic designs!!
    i really like the guy withe the cigar and robotic arm!!
    i mean lovely atmostphere!!
    exceptional work!!

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