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    ryuloulou - dude that turned out awesome. Yours is my fave I love the Klimt-esque drawing in the background. Great color choice too.

    Puppykitten - thanks! I liked the colors in yours too - it's also super clean and the subtlety is cool. Not really my type of face though but that's just taste.

    MarkDN - I like yours a lot... Only thing I would have done differently is have the wing go over the arm too, it'd have to bend funny to facilitate that pose... But the way he's standing is pretty sexy :]

    dream_sear - love the pose and the torso. Staking the poor guy isn't very sexy though, hehe. Really nice paint job on the torso though!

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    Posting my final here, too... The thing is BARELY dry, talk about sneaking in under the wire... >.< (Assuming I'm not too utterly late.) Background is acrylic (not doing that again in a hurry,) figure is done in oils, blood added in Photoshop due to lack of time. Lessons learned: 1) I still hate acrylic, 2) I paint way faster in oils than in acrylic, 3) don't use 1-ply bristol board, it warps like hell.

    Otherwise, this was a hell of a lot of fun (the part that was done in oils, anyway. The acrylic portions... not so fun.)

    Also, I want that jacket. XD

    Will browse/comment on the rest of the entries after brunch - some nifty-looking stuff coming in at the last-minute, I see!

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    VERY 'come-hither'! And thanks for the advice on the arms, Gwenevere. You were spot on; looks much better now. *curtsy*

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    Quote Originally Posted by nonie View Post
    MarkDN - I like yours a lot... Only thing I would have done differently is have the wing go over the arm too, it'd have to bend funny to facilitate that pose... But the way he's standing is pretty sexy :]
    Argh, it seems so obvious now, but I suppose good ideas do tend to seem that way. That area was a real bother, I'm sorry I didn't think of that possibility at the time.

    I like the humor in yours - the shocked 'morning after' look as his reflection fades...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dream_sear View Post
    VERY 'come-hither'! And thanks for the advice on the arms, Gwenevere. You were spot on; looks much better now. *curtsy*
    *checks* Ah, yes, he DOES look better now. Much better. Yup, that was pretty much the only thing that was bugging me about him, he looks lovely now. A rather poetic take, I quite like it...

    And staking him through the hair is a nice touch, I just noticed that...

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    Ok, our boy's back and this time he's got wrap-around plumage like a demonic exotic dancer.

    version 1 http://www.artifice.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/misc/VAMP2.jpg

    Still WIP - I gave him a bit of a smirk but messed his eyes up. I'm considering changing the hands to give them a bit of gesture, to give the piece more dynamism. And legs, he'll need some o' them... at first I was trying to make his legs look half formed out of a mysterious glow as though he'd just apparated, but I'm thinking perhaps wings make that less credible and more confusing.

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