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    sander stuff

    Hello all. This is some of my stuff from the last several months. I hope you like it ....or hate it. Any reaction is a good one I guess. Any crits would be greatly appreciated.

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    I don't know what I am doing

    how do you post a thumbnail for your thread?

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    Love your style. For the guys in the ice cave, there is a ice structure above the dog which look like a leg with knee and muscle. Is it some kind of coincidence ?

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    I really love the first piece, tho the clouds seem incongruous with the rest of the piece. Everything else has outlines...perhaps some light graphic elements that say "clouds" would tie the piece together, little swirlly bits, or light spirals coming in from the curves of the clouds or somehting...Anyway, I really do love the piece, just thought I'd find something constructive to add as well

    ...and yeah, that ice cave pic totally looks like those guys are about to get dumped on by some sort of frozen ice berg god. BEWARE THE ICE POO!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cthogua View Post
    ...and yeah, that ice cave pic totally looks like those guys are about to get dumped on by some sort of frozen ice berg god. BEWARE THE ICE POO!
    Yeah, exactly

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    Great style, i like it a lot!
    Very cool work.

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    interesting style you have here. I really like that last image with the three medical angels, very cool. lets see some more...
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    Love the style and colors.
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    really beautifull, love the cave
    neat style u got there.

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    Love the ice cave piece. The sharp definition on all your shading and shapes is very attractive. Good stuff.

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    Thanks for the feedback!

    Ya the ice cave is structured with body parts. in the image the legs are on the right, the torso is the shape in the foreground(you can see the shoulder blade and the side of the ribcage) and there is a side of the head with an ear on the left. It's easier to see at the right scale 16"x40".....now what would ice poop look like?

    I really need to rework the elephant one there are some issues that need to be fixed

    here is an pieces that I worked on before the ice cave. It helped me figure out how it would look.

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    woody

    this is a quick character i finished a while ago - it's like a wooden robot thing

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    you have some really good shapes in your illustrations. the lines always have a kind of tesselated flow. Nice work man!
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    It's refreshing to see a style as original as yours. I love it.
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    Gorgeous work! I really, really enjoyed these! Would love to see more.

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