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    Quote Originally Posted by JakeDaMus View Post
    I love your style!

    This is very hard for me to emulate. Efficient line with dynamic and rythymic posing, outstanding!

    Keep up the great work!

    JAke
    Oh! You have some very awesome ass work aswell dude. Forgot to mention that.


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    I'm loving these, I can't wait to see more!

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    Wow, those designs are amazing. I'm almost stunned...
    Pure inspiration

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    lil x-bastards

    In between my job and the crazy amount of artstuff that I'm working on for peeps I decided to take a little break and do some stupid ish, lol!.... Sall.

    tools> photoshop, optical mouse

    Oh! The Ego series isn't nearly done yet guys so don't worry. Still have a bit more ideas for some pretty iconic guys and gals.

    4's a Crowd

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    Your awsome dude!

    Wolverine looks great!
    More Wolverine!

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    Love the face of Wolverine. He would be lovely as a qee

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    gah! an iron man and a venom! you have my thanks cos these are awsome!

    your iron man analysis is dead on for how he should be, the venom is an interesting one too and actually makes sense as being a bad guy, the whole religious and lethal protector thing with brock in the comics doesnt make him very evil/ threatening, and the new gargan venom is too much of a chicken.
    your venom makes a lot of sense and i would like to see that in the comics!!
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    I've been blown away by your take on each one of these icons. Your artwork is fantastic and your profiles are exactly what I would love to see in a graphic novel featuring these characters.

    Oh yeah...I'd love to see what you could do with the Black Panther! Keep feeding us more.

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    These are awesome. This is probably one of my favorite superhero-related posts in all of the forums. You've taken your personal style, and added your own logic to your approach of these characters. You've thought a lot about the core qualities of each character, and redesigned them appropriately.

    Your Spidey is realistically stringy and youthful.

    Your Superman and Clark really capture the dichotomous nature of how he has to portray himself with each identity. Contrasting body language!

    Batman and Bruce demonstrate the same contrasting body language present in the Superman and Clark character.

    Iron Man is perfect.

    Eddie Brock is unorthodox in a very palletable way. I like it. Of course, you've captured Venom quite nicely as well.

    I'm usually not partial to the kiddie-ized versions of superheroes, but I think that your style works here.

    Nice work overall! You've successfully applied your style to some characters that we're all familiar with without sacrificing your own style, nor the core qualities that make these characters who they are. Hats off to you! Give me more!
    Intrepid explorer Spaceman Spiff lands on an uncharted planet. What strange wonders will he discover here?

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    I personally thank that concept.org is a place where so many incredibly talented individuals show off there work!!!! I trully am gratefull to all of you for the comments and critiques of my stuff. You all are really making me proud to do what I'm doing. Thanks agian guys and gals!!

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    Grayson.....Robin

    So I was basically thinking of the points just before Robin decided on going solo and placing the blue and black tights on to become the Skull bashing, bullet dodging nocturnal "NightWing" we know him as today. So my thought of Dick Grayson before that change is as a high-school prep student that is extremely intelligent but sarcastic, rebellious, hot tempered and non-caring when it comes to the interaction with others. As robin he seems to be more serious, fearless and mentally darker than his past care-free self. I thought that maybe he had something to do with the design of the outfit as well. Giving it a more of a muted, modern and bad ass look to fit his attitude. To me Robin may have had his disagreements with the Bats which probably ultimately resulted in him leaving to do his own thing but I think he'll become just another Bat in a bird costume. What's your thought of Mr.Grayson ?

    Tools>hotoshop, optical mouse

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    Optical mouse!? That gives me a perfect excuse to use one of these:
    Rad stuff.
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    I always hated robin but your is good

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    I gotta say, I always love underdog characters, and Robin is one of my absolute favorites. I think, like all of these others, you completely nailed the ontention of the character. Great work. really love this stuiff, from concept ro execution.
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