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    done n done




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    figured id put this in here too. nothing to do w/ the other two tho.




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    I dont know man, i used to do this kind of stuff
    now im doing nothing
    but hear me; F**k those super cool or super muscular heroes with axes and sranje, use your imagination to go beyond that, illustration is so much more than that today
    well thats my opinion anyways
    keep it up, ok stuff here

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    i hear u! the muscular guy is actually a secondary character who gets killed. kinda like killing that old stereotype.

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    I agree with matijevic. Being macho as a hero is stereotype.

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    The first one has great shadows on the back of his arm but hardly anything on his legs especially his right one. The second one his left shoulder seems too far forward, again it’s down to the shading. The third one is great from the top to the waist and elbows - the rest is cartoon like. You obviously have talent - don’t cop out.


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