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    Arrow RPG Pencils...(reasonably big DL)

    Well,

    Here are some pencils for some stuff I'm finishing up right now for a RPG company. You guys see anything that just Has to be fixed?

    Thanks!

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    Hey im really diggin these scketches alot, u seem to draw very well and capture interesting angles. my only crit would be to push ur values more, give it more depth and contrast in your shading, but its very nice
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    Hey gasmask, thanks for the kind words!

    I'm just starting to get into using more tone in my work. At least, I really want to. But, these drawings are primarily black and white line drawings. Once I get the inks on there, things will clear up some, which is the point of inking, I think...heh.

    I'll get some tonal stuff up as soon as I get it going, I'll expect a good crit from you when I do!

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    i like your works.... for the drawing firstly ....quickly drawn but very efficient...secondly for the composition and views...
    i think like gasmask you should work more on your tones and pics will be greatfull...
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