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    Concepts, Characters, and Creatures

    Hello everyone. I'm a Digital Art and Design Student set to graduate in October of this year. I have lurked around the site for more than a year, but couldn't build up the nerve to even consider posting here until now. I love concept art, character design, and writing. I still have problems with anatomy and sometimes the poses come off looking stiff, but I am trying hard to improve. I welcome any feedback and help I can get. Thanks for checking out my stuff.

    "Don't look now..."
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    (Blech hands!)

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    I really like how you show how you went about making these characters. That earns instant kudos from me.

    But your poses do seem more than a little stiff. I suggest livening them up a little.

    The first one is probably my favorite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninjacat11 View Post
    I really like how you show how you went about making these characters. That earns instant kudos from me.

    But your poses do seem more than a little stiff. I suggest livening them up a little.

    The first one is probably my favorite.
    thanks. Yeah, maybe I should just do a page full of skeletons doing random things to get a feel for flexibility.

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    More characters and scribbles. All feedback welcome.

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    Wanted to try and paint without sketching it first. Didn't mean to put as much detail into this as I did, was just supposed to be a quick doodle but then I couldn't let it go...

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